Our scope of services: One-stop shopping

At LJ Reas Environmental Consulting Corp., you will receive professional support for all phases of your project: From consultation and permit aquisition to maintenance, we will gladly take care of your concerns.


You can choose between a full planning or an individual consultation, between the sensible integration of existing elements or a completely new design. Our work always meets the highest quality requirements, and also includes fresh ideas.

Our areas of focus

Natural Landscaping


Utilizing native perennials in landscaping is the wave of the future.  Native perennials provide a year after year base to any yard while providing habitat for songbirds, frogs, and other mosquito eaters.  Natives also work naturally to increase soil porosity and therefore, drainage.  Native WI perennials provide an array of heights (from a few inches to 8') as well as colors, bloomtimes, and textures.

Shoreline Landscaping


Why do most shoreline landowners own their properties?  The number one answer is the natural, scenic view.  There is a movement in the state to naturalize those over-manicured shorelines.  LJ Reas Environmental Consulting Corp. is a leader in this industry.


Other services


We've completed bioengineering or shoreline restoration projects all over southeastern WI.  Some of our clients include; City of Watertown, City of Horicon, City of New London, City of Green Lake, City of Middleton, City of Delevan, Village of Williams Bay.  Some other groups we've worked with:  LacLaBelle Management District, Lake Ripley Management Dist., Green Lake Sanitary Dist., Nagawicka Lake Welfare Committee, among many others!



Permit Acquisition

Lisa will assist landowners, municipalities, or other industry professionals in acquiring DNR Shoreline permits and/or county zoning permits for various projects.  Such permits require designs, cross sections drawings, etc.; Lisa is very experienced at putting together such applications.




LJ Reas is a leader in shoreline stabilization through bioengineering.  We've installed (or supervised the installation) thousands of feet of biolog around the State of Wisconsin.  We have also published a book entitled The Landowner's Guide to Controlling Erosion.  Vegetated biolog is a wonderful way to control shoreline erosion on low energy sites.