Blue Tomorrow is an environmental consulting group based out of Santa Barbara, California. Our team of environmental scientists specialize in on-the-ground data collection, modeling, and analyses to evaluate and develop solutions for environmental problems. We provide consultation and gather evidence to help public agencies, non-profit organizations, and private companies in achieving their resource management and pollution mitigation goals.Meet The Team
Mission: We are dedicated to helping people sustainably manage natural resources. We recognize that fresh water is one of humanity’s most important resources and believe that water and ecosystems should be managed to improve social and environmental health. We are committed to working towards a future of responsible environmental stewardship.
Blue Tomorrow is consulting firm that provides environmental services for natural resource management and pollution related projects. Our team specializes in data collection, modeling and statistical analysis to assess impacts and inform solutions to environmental problems. Below are examples of our services and technical skills (click on individual services for brief descriptions). For more information on a project or to obtain a quote for our services contact us.
Through the Southern California Tribal Monitoring Network, the Pala Band of Mission Indians is initiating a collaborative community-scaled air quality monitoring project. Air quality monitors measuring concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ozone (O3), and particulate matter (PM) 2.5 and 10 will be deployed on the reservation, and real-time air quality data will be displayed on […]
This project focuses on identifying and evaluating air pollutants impacting the community of Lost Hills using a network of sensors that can continuously detect levels of ozone, nitrogen dioxide, particulate matter (2.5 and 10), methane, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The Lost Hills community is located adjacent to the Lost Hills Oilfield, a major source […]
On behalf of the United States Forest Service (USFS) and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), we are conducting a comprehensive inventory of stream condition in the Santa Maria and Santa Ynez River Watersheds. For this project, we are assessing impacts from the Zaca Fire to water resources and aquatic habitat, providing baseline information […]
Funded by the Caltrans Adaptation Planning Grant and working with the Santa Ynez Chumash Environmental Office, we are assessing potential vulnerabilities from climate change to sites and resources of significance to the Chumash people, as well as impacts to transportation infrastructure that is needed to access them. Through research and community outreach with various bands […]
On behalf of the United States Forest Service (USFS) and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), we are conducting a comprehensive inventory of stream condition in the San Francisquito Creek Watersheds. For this project, we are assessing impacts from the Copper Fire to water resources and aquatic habitat, providing baseline information prior to construction […]
We partner with for-profit and non-profit environmental groups and government agencies.
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