Mother Nature

Frederique Beroset MBA & M.S. in Biology

The world around us is always changing. Humankind is always at the mercy of nature…and nature at the mercy of humankind. But when we make the effort to find balance—to preserve and protect our natural environment—it, too, will preserve and protect us in kind.

Dune Doctors encourages people to embrace their responsibility to regard the natural coastal environment as a valuable asset that must be invested in, respected, and cared for.
We believe when people know better, they do better.

We are passionate experts, dedicated to educating and inspiring others to be stewards for their coastal surroundings for generations to come. Using our talents, tools and scientific background, we employ methods steeped in research. By fully engaging our clients by understanding their unique issues, we design coastal erosion and preservation solutions built for beauty and long-term resiliency.

As a result of our delivery of consistent, uncompromising-quality-solutions, our team has cultivated a reputation for excellence. We are guided by our pillars of service excellence; education, integrity, reliability, accessibility and quality. As a dedicated team of professionals, we stand as stewards for both our clients and our planet, priding ourselves on striking the balance between the two. Our commitment to the natural environment motivates others to see that our coastal ecosystem is a gift of nature to be received with wonder, awe and responsibility.

Change is inevitable. But when we make the decision to be proactive through empowered stewardship, we make the best of whatever Mother Nature throws at us.

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