ERBA's diverse membership consists of large and small mitigation bankers, service providers, consultants, planners and engineers, eNGOs, and others within the ecological restoration community.  For more information about joining ERBA, we invite you to take a look at the membership information contained on this page.

ERBA Membership Dues and Benefits

Membership Dues:

ERBA’s membership rates are based upon the benefits each member company derives from the ecological restoration sector and the certainty provided by industry policies.  

ERBA member categories are generally divided into practitioners (third-party mitigation providers) and advocates (consultants, engineers, contractors, environmental lawyers, and others).

Membership Benefits Include:

  • The best legal and lobbying representation at a national level in Washington DC.
  • A seat at the table and voice in the room with policymakers and with key agencies involved in the rulemaking and implementation process.
  • Direct support to membership on national regulatory issues.
  • Daily news clipping service with news about the industry, related legislation, agency actions, and market updates.
  • The latest policy insights and industry networking in Washington DC at our Annual Policy Conference.
  • Networking and sponsorship opportunities throughout the year at our regional membership meetings around the country, which bring together regional regulators bankers, investors, customers and consultants.
  • Monthly update calls with a report from association leadership and our lobbyists.
  • Committee and other collaboration opportunities to work with fellow members from around the country to share experiences and receive peer-to-peer advice and counsel not otherwise available.
  • Discounted registration for our Annual Policy Conference in Washington DC.

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ERBA is a nonpartisan, 501(c)6 not-for-profit organization. Dues are not deductible as charitable contributions but may be deductible as a business expense. Consult your tax advisor.