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

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

The following is a list of our services. See our List of Clients and Project Examples for additional information.

  • Aquatic Plant Mapping,  Management Plans and Implementation
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Monitoring
    • Post-closure Landfill Monitoring
    • Lakes, rivers, streams – physical, chemical & biological
    • Bathymetric Mapping
  • Environmental Permitting
    • State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR)
    • Draft/Final Environmental Impact Statements (DEIS/EIS)
    • Adirondack Park Agency (APA)
    • Wetlands & Shorefront
  • Geographic Information Systems
    • Environmental Resource & Natural Features Inventory
    • Watershed mapping and modeling
    • GIS Training and Seminars
  • Habitat Assessments
  • Harmful Algal Bloom Assessment, Management Plans and Implementation
  • Lake & Watershed Management Plans and Implementation
  • Lake Restoration Plans and Implementation
  • Phytoplankton Identification and Analysis
  • Post-closure Landfill Monitoring (water, gas)
  • Stream Studies: Biological Assessments, Water Quality Monitoring, Habitat Assessment, Macroinvertebrate Monitoring & Assessment
  • Watershed Modeling
  • Water Quality Modeling
  • Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment
  • Water Quality Trend Analysis, statistical and graphical analyses
  • Wetlands
    • Delineations
    • Assessments
    • Mitigation and Restoration Plans
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