Our restoration services include planting and maintaining native trees and shrubs that enhance and establish riparian forest where it once provided shade, nutrients and habitat to fish and wildlife. We use native forbs and grasses around homes, farms and gardens to restore and sustain beneficial insect habitat.
Our approach to biological conservation control around farms and landscapes supports the abundant populations of naturally occurring insects, thus reducing pest problems and promoting native biodiversity. Wildflower strips, fencerow habitat, field borders, natural and agricultural water sources all play a key role in increasing and maintaining native arthropod habitat.
These habitats provide pollen and nectar, habitat for reproduction and winter hibernation for pollinators, predatory insects, parasitoid insects as well as food for other wildlife such as songbirds and game birds.