Since European colonization of the New World, non-native plants have been introduced to North America. The past 25 years has seen an exponential growth of particularly problematic aggressive exotic species which can out-compete native species and erode the integrity of native ecosystems. While very few species are regulated as noxious weeds many more species of weeds, insects, mammals, and reptiles are today considered to be invasive and a threat to the ecological functions of intact natural systems. Envirens provides inventories of invasive species and develops site sensitive prescriptions and management strategies for their control.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Baltimore City, MD In 2008, Envirens was brought in to help with the invasive exotic vegetation control effort at The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services on Security Boulevard. The property is divided into three natural areas that are designed to be a demonstration garden and outdoor oasis for the center’s employees. Sidewalks, trails and […]