Life at WestLand is always interesting!
A partnership between WestLand Resources, Inc., Tonto National Forest Tribal Monitors, The Nature Conservancy, and Resolution Copper to improve habitat for the monarch butterfly An old agricultural road cuts through the mesquite bosque at the 7B ranch where monarchs have been observed as recently as 2019. The monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is in decline, according […]
Tonto National Forest Tribal Monitors Combine Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Modern Botany at U of A Workshops Tribal monitors working with WestLand and the Tonto National Forest (TNF) recently attended a series of day-long, plant identification workshops at the University of Arizona as part of their ongoing work for the Resolution Copper Project. The TNF […]
WestLand is pleased to announce that Susan Campos has become our newest shareholder. Susan joined WestLand at the end of 2016 as the company’s Controller and became CFO in 2018. Craig Cannizzaro, PE, and David Cerasale, PhD, have been named as WestLand’s newest Partners. Mr. Cannizzaro was named Vice President of Engineering in 2018. Dr. […]
Throughout the year, WestLand employees donate their time and energy to shop for and stock our vending machines. At the end of each year, vending machine proceeds are matched by the company, and these funds are used to support those in need. This year, WestLand and our employees collected a sleigh-load of toys for Toys […]
WestLand is pleased to announce that Craig Cannizzaro, PE, has been promoted to Vice President of Engineering. Mr. Cannizzaro has been working in the field of water and wastewater engineering for 22 years and has extensive experience in engineering design and utility coordination for water line, storage and supply design, wastewater collections, lift stations, and […]
Historical display pays tribute to the smelter’s cultural significance in the Superior community In collaboration with Resolution Copper, Boyce Thompson Arboretum is hosting a temporary multimedia exhibition to coincide with the removal of the last buildings and structures of the historic Magma Copper Company smelter at Superior. The 6-month exhibition honors the Magma Copper smelter’s […]
It is with deep sadness and a sense of profound loss that I inform you that Amy Edwards, WestLand’s Director of Environmental Planning and Permitting, passed away Saturday, September 22, 2018. Amy made an indelible mark on WestLand and she had a profound effect on me from the moment that I first met her. I […]
WestLand is pleased to announce that Avi Buckles has been named as Director of Cultural Resources. Avi succeeds Fred Huntington, who has assumed his new role as Senior Cultural Resources Consultant as he reduces his hours and eases into retirement. Avi began his career at WestLand in 2004 and was named as an Associate shareholder […]
WestLand was part of this first-of-its-kind intensive nine-day Tribal Monitor Training which was designed to train tribal members to work as specialized crews that identify and record traditional cultural places using a combination of traditional knowledge and modern archaeological techniques. Click here to read the full article.
WestLand is pleased to introduce our two newest Associates, Amanda Best and Rebecca Lowy. These dynamic individuals are the most recent additions to the ownership team at WestLand, and we are thrilled to have them as shareholders in the firm. Amanda joined WestLand in 2001 and has managed numerous large-scale projects with various environmental permitting […]