Sitka Technology Group

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Decades of Environmental Monitoring Experience

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We develop knowledge infrastructures for conservation, restoration, and sustainable development. We specialize in supporting clients who work in medium-to-large-scale environments, whether an ecosystem, watershed, or metropolitan area. 

Leveraging our decades of experience with natural resource data management, business analysis, Big Data analytics, open standards, and mobile technology, we are ready to design and develop the perfect software solution for you. If you want us to design and build a software solution for you, contact us.

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Multiple Openings

We're currently looking for a data manager/analyst and a software engineer.

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We Deliver Three Types of Value

Realizing Operational Efficiencies

Turning Field Data into Actionable Intelligence

Tracking Performance Against Social and Ecological Goals

Thanks to the Sitka team for continuing to think of new and innovative ways for us to refine the system and make it more efficient and effective. We're making incredible progress!

Kenneth Kasman | Research & Analysis Manager, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

Areas of Speciality

Data Management

Environmental Monitoring

Implementation Tracking

Workflow Analysis

Key Indicator Reporting

What We Do

Sitka Design Principles

We help our clients develop knowledge infrastructures that are specific to social and ecological situations. These infrastructures bolster organization capacities, enabling cycles of adaptive and effective management.

Sitka has helped us be more efficient and effective in fulfilling our mission of protecting and restoring natural areas and developing parks and trails.

Kathleen Brennan-Hunter | Parks and Nature Director, Metro

Deployed System Successes

Clean Water Act

Endangered Species Act

National Environmental Policy Act

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

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Upcoming Events

Oct. 10, 2017, 8:00 AM (MDT)
Oct. 12, 2017, 5:00 PM (MDT)
Fort Collins, CO

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44th Annual Natural Areas Conference

Presenting + Sponsoring + Exhibiting

The conference will be held at the Hilton Fort Collins, on the edge of the Colorado State University Campus. Colorado’s natural areas offer numerous models for successful conservation and collaboration, including the Fort Collins Natural Areas Program, which manages more than 36,000 acres. The event will include sessions on:

  • Conservation across (natural/political/cultural) boundaries
  • Urban/wildland interface
  • Wilderness and research natural areas management
  • Value of healthy land in water resource management
  • Technology for land management success
  • Forest and range management
  • Invasive species management


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Oct. 10, 2017, 8:00 AM (PDT)
Oct. 13, 2017, 2:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA

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SOCAP17

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SOCAP17 is the world's leading conference on impact investing and social enterprise.  Held in San Francisco, the conference unites innovators in business, tech, the sharing economy, health, philanthropy, and more to advance environmental and social causes.


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From the blog

August 29, 2017

Code, Conservation, and Culture: Defining a Sitka Internship

Late last fall, as I pondered the places where budding software engineers might seek internships, I realized I was limiting myself. I was considering companies where friends had worked, companies that came to campus career fairs, and companies I’d heard of growing up. So, I opened a new search tab on my laptop and asked myself, what sort of company do I wish existed?

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August 24, 2017

Tahoe Resource Conservation District Launches New, Interactive Monitoring Dashboard on LakeTahoeInfo.org

“The LT Info platform provided the ideal opportunity for us to showcase the results of the stormwater runoff monitoring we have been doing over the last four years,” noted Andrea Buxton, Stormwater Program Manager at the Tahoe RCD. “We want RSWMP data to be easily accessible to the local jurisdictions, the regulators, and the general public so that the positive effects of all the time and money spent on environmental improvement can be recognized.”

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