Baltimore County, MD Envirens has been working for nine years to convert an abandoned Christmas tree operation to a 26 acre native grassland/wildflower meadow. Multiple prescriptions included the use of controlled burns verses managed mowing as well as founder plug plantings verses no till drilling.
Long Term Ecological Management
Baltimore County, MD Envirens worked for four years to restore a 23 acre abandoned old field/ meadow dominated by invasive species. Mechanical removal, herbicides and controlled burned fire was used to remove Japanese Honeysuckle, Multiflora Rose, Autumn Olive, Canada Thistle, Asiatic Bush Honeysuckle, and Oriental Knapweed. Over-seeding of native warm season grasses was accomplished by […]
Garrett County, MD Wildlife hedges of Elaeagnus umbellata, Autumn Olive had been planted by the Maryland Ornithological Society Sanctuary in Garrett County to provide habitat and food for various bird species. When the Autumn Olive and Multiflora Rose began to spread and interfere with native bird habitat plants on site, MOS decided to remove the […]