About Cedar Eden Environmental

After 18 years of providing lake and management services, I have decided to discontinue the operation of Cedar Eden Environmental and join Cedarwood Engineering in Warrensburg, NY as their environmental scientist providing support for their many water, wastewater, stormwater and civil engineering projects. I will continue to offer lake and watershed management services through Cedarwood Engineering. You may contact me at mmartin@cedarwoodengineering.com

Thank you to all my clients for your many years of loyalty. You can read about my lake and environmental experience here on this website or visit us at Cedarwood Engineering.

Michael R. Martin, CLM

Cedar Eden Environmental, LLC specializes in lake and watershed management (water quality monitoring, aquatic plant mapping & management, water resource restoration & management plans, permitting) and the design, implementation and management of GIS projects for Environmental Resource and Natural Features Inventories, Municipal Wastewater and Comprehensive Management Plans, Agricultural Environmental Management, Watershed Management, Regional Water Quality Assessment, and Land Use Mapping.

Cedar Eden Environmental, LLC has a full range of the latest equipment, hardware, and software to complete your projects, whether it is GIS, lake management, or graphic and web design.

Our Philosophy

Increasingly lake residents and government officials are appreciating the value of environmental stewardship. Cedar Eden Environmental, LLC was established in order to provide personalized assistance to those seeking to restore and preserve our aquatic natural resources for future generations. When you work with Cedar Eden Environmental, LLC, you work directly with experts in the field — experts who share your love and concern for the environment.

Michael R. Martin, CLM

mmartin-senecaMichael R. Martin, president of Cedar Eden Environmental, is a Certified Lake Manager (CLM) with over 30 years of experience in lake and watershed management, aquatic plant management, and the development of geographic information systems for environmental and municipal planning working in the public, private, and academic/not-for-profit sectors. Mr. Martin is a past-president of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), past Regional Director for NALMS and the New York Federation of Lake Associations and was a founding member of the Indiana Lake Management Society. Mr. Martin’s broad experience includes the development and implementation of lake and STAMP - CLM Stamp 93-02Mwatershed diagnostic-feasibility studies, lake and watershed management plans, and mapping and management of aquatic plants, including non-native and invasive species control via mechanical and chemical methods. He has conducted numerous watershed investigations, identifying urban, rural and agricultural NPS problem areas as well as the BMPs needed to address them.

During the past 30 years, Michael has collected, analyzed, and interpreted data and developed long-term lake, watershed and aquatic plant management programs on hundreds of lakes and ponds throughout Connecticut, New York, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, and Indiana.

Michael’s Expertise

  • Lake and Watershed Management
  • Aquatic Plant Management
  • Wetland Delineation, Design, Restoration
  • Statistical Analysis of Environmental Data/Long-term Trend Analysis
  • Phytoplankton Identification and Analysis
  • Geographic Information Systems • Environmental Permitting
  • Habitat & Environmental Impact Assessment

Michael’s Career Highlights

  • Founder of non-profit LakeStewardship.org
  • Regional Director and President of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS)
  • Regional Director of New York Federation of Lake Associations
  • Founding Executive Director of the Adirondack Aquatic Institute (AAI)

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In addition to Michael Martin, Cedar Eden Environmental, LLC uses several project partners, part-time personnel and interns, depending on project need.

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