Invasive Species Removal
An invasive plant is one that grows quickly and aggressively, displacing other plants. These weed pests invade existing ecosystems, degrading our native environments. Invasives are a major factor in the decline of native plants. Plants like kudzu, English ivy, wild grape and mile-a-minute vine are displacing native plants and destroying habitat for native insects, birds, and animals.
Several trees which are widely recognized in our region as invasive species are ailanthus, Norway maple and mulberry. Pear and honeysuckle are also often a problem.
This environmentally friendly approach, approved by M-NCPPC and Maryland DNR may be useful for your natural green space or garden.