We are dedicated to assisting all our clients in understanding and resolving public policy issues and conflicts, using scientifically-informed decisions, clear communication, meaningful stakeholder engagement, and governance designed to efficiently and effectively administer programs.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
What does Council Oak mean? Whether it be a quaint town square in New England or a rural village in Africa, a large tree in the center of town has long been an area of community focus – a place where people gather to hear the news of the day, discuss important issues and make critical decisions. While our work is more virtual these days, “Council Oak” is an idea that guides our connectedness with our clients, reflects excellence in public process and reminds us of our mutually-beneficial relationship as colleagues. Besides, we just like trees!
In celebration of our 10th year anniversary and in honor of all our clients that made us possible, we planted 100 trees in our National Parks through the National Arbor Day Foundation.