MTM Environmental

Applying specialized expertise to strengthen, promote, and inspire responsible land use.

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About Us

MTM Environmental, LLC (“MTM”) is a certified Woman-Owned Small Business (“WOSB”) environmental consulting firm, with offices in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Colorado. Our staff consists of biologists, including a Certified Wildlife Biologist, a Certified and Registered (AL/GA) forester, a Certified Financial Officer, and several seasonal employees, including foresters, with extensive experience in their respective fields. Since our launch in 2021, we have completed numerous projects across the Southeast, Midwest, and Western United States. We have assisted with the protection of over 6,600 acres, have conducted wildlife sampling on over 28,000 acres.  Our staff has experience working on federal projects, including a rare plant survey in Rocky Mountain National Park, completed in 2023, bird surveys on state and federal-managed lands in Southern California and Nevada, which is currently underway and will be completed this year, as well as timber exams on federal lands in Wyoming and Wisconsin and botanical surveys in north Georgia, New Hampshire, and south Alabama, which will begin this summer. We also collaborate with non-profit organizations and governmental entities on a variety of projects.

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Conservation Easement Services

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Environmental and Ecological Services

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Top NAICS Codes: 541620 – Environmental Consulting Services, 541990 – Support Services, 115310– Support Activities for Forestry.

Unique Entity Identifier “UEI”: WYGFABKX87G1

CAGE Code: 9GYR5

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*Note: We cannot guarantee that there will not be an audit of the conservation easement, or that the conservation easement donation will qualify for a federal tax deduction and/or state tax credits. We will offer the best professional advice available to ensure the conservation easement and accompanying documents are accurate and in compliance with federal, state and local laws and best management practices.

** Note this is not a substitution for review of an appraisal report by another qualified appraiser, nor is this a guarantee of the accuracy of the valuation determined by the appraiser(s). We are not appraisers qualified to determine the value of a conservation easement but we do have extensive experience reviewing conservation easement appraisal reports and IRS Form 8283 for consistency with the conservation easement documents.