The MJV is thrilled to welcome Merjent to the partner network!
Merjent is a full-service consulting firm with a long history serving the energy industry. They offer a wide range of environmental, engineering, field, and restoration services to clients in the electric power generation and transmission, wind and solar energy, pipeline, renewable fuels, and transportation sectors; and they support government agencies. Merjent’s project managers partner with clients to address agency and community concerns, obtain regulatory permits and approvals, and maintain compliance, while minimizing impacts on the environment. Merjent supports client projects located in diverse natural environments near both rural and urban communities across North America, while coordinating with multiple federal, state, and local agencies.
Merjent contributes to monarch and pollinator conservation efforts in a variety of ways, including hands-on project involvement as well as financial support. They serve their clients in enrollment and implementation of the Monarch Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances (CCAA) and in restoring habitat for monarchs and other pollinators. Merjent attended, presented at, and sponsored the MJV’s 2023 annual partner meeting, and has already committed to sponsoring and participating in the 2024 meeting. They also use MJV and other partner resources to keep their staff updated on the latest monarch science and habitat research, including new, innovative technologies, such as remote sensing.
Merjent is committed to uplifting the MJV partner network through their diverse expertise in habitat restoration, data collection, and work with energy and transportation organizations. We are excited for them to connect with partner organizations and strengthen our collective efforts to support monarch and other pollinator conservation. For more information about Merjent, please visit www.merjent.com.
The Monarch Joint Venture is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and a national partnership of federal and state agencies, non-governmental organizations, businesses, and academic programs working together to conserve the monarch butterfly migration. The content in this article does not necessarily reflect the positions of all Monarch Joint Venture partners. Photos courtesy of Merjent.