For 20 years, Denali has partnered with landowners to reclaim and revegetate areas impacted by mining. We specialize in using biosolids and reseeding to rebuild topsoil. The resulting grasslands are verdant, self-sustaining, and often become important habitats for wildlife and pastures for livestock.

Our record of success includes the reclamation of more than 3,000 acres, about half of which have been returned to the public for hunting and recreation. Trees have moved into many of our long-term projects, showing that these formerly degraded lands are on track to return to native forests.

We work on former mining sites, as well as active mines. In both cases, we offer a cost-effective means of restoring topsoil and nutrients, often at a fraction of the cost of conventional fertilizers and with similarly rapid results.

Our comprehensive approach involves careful considerations of a site’s conditions, nutrient analysis, and tailored application of biosolids to optimize soil fertility and vegetative growth.

Denali has a long history of successful collaboration with state and federal environmental agencies, including working with the U.S. EPA on Superfund sites and with the U.S. Department of Interior, the Office of Surface Mining and Reclamation, and the Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Program.