Projects filed under: Vegetation Management

Peninsula Environmental Group recently participated in an English Ivy remediation effort along the pedestrian ramp off of Oak St. in Downtown Port Angeles. This community project was organized by Carolyn Wilcox (ExperienceOlympic) and volunteers included local community members and the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s re-vegetation team, and Peninsula Environmental Group....

Client Name:

Downtown Port Angeles

Skills:

Noxious Weed Remediation

Year

2019
To learn more about our slope rehabilitation services click here. This shoreline restoration project in the Sequim Bay area involved a thorough slope assessment to identify any issues with the slope that we could help with. Our assessment indicated invasive plant species presence, sparse vegetation, signs of improper stormwater management causing...

Client Name:

Residential Client

Skills:

Shoreline Restoration, Noxious Weed Control, Sustainable Landscaping

Year

2019
While employed with the City of Olympia, John Bornsworth conducted a forest analysis with a habitat biologist. The project consisted of timber mapping, invasive species mapping, and native vegetation mapping. Together we identified and mapped associations between colonies of invasive English ivy and a reduced level of native tree recruitment....

Client Name:

City of Olympia

Skills:

Forest Mapping, Invasive Species Mapping, Native Vegetation Mapping,

Year

2018
Peninsula Environmental Group planned and executed the removal of Class A noxious weeds Purple Loosetrife, Yellow Iris and Knotweed. The project was part of the Smith Island/Union Slough Restoration Project. The site, a restored estuary, was surveyed and weeds were manually removed to reduce the invasive spread and encourage native...

Client Name:

City of Everett

Skills:

Ecosystem Management, Wetland, delineation, pond, management, farm, invasive, weeds, removal, restoration, treatment, habitat enhancement, duck.

Year

2018
  • bare-ground-weed-management
Many facilities require vegetation free zones to ensure safe and easy accessibility for use and maintenance. This is especially true for critical infrastructure, like the U.S. Coast Guard communications facility that aids in at sea emergency response situations.  We maintain a weed free area and buffer at one such facility...

Client Name:

U.S. Coast Guard

Skills:

Noxious Weed Management, Professional Landscape Maintenance,

Year

2018
Location: Experts: Clallam Bay Corrections Center requires a facility wide, 30-foot perimeter of bare-ground around their facility. We visit the facility two or three times per year.  Year-round vegetation control is achieved with a variety of pre-emergent and post-emergent chemicals.  Our treatments follow a strenuous integrated plant management plan which...

Client Name:

Clallam Bay Corrections Center

Skills:

Vegetation Management

Year

2018
  • resident-shoreline
This project was designed to remove invasive plant species and install native vegetation to reduce rainwater disturbance, provide slope stabilization, and enhance wildlife habitat. Following noxious weed removal, we installed over 800 native plants on this residential shoreline property to help achieve these goals. We adhered to best management practices...

Client Name:

Residential Owner

Skills:

Invasive Plant Removal, Native Vegetation Installation, Slope Stabilization, Wildlife Habitat, Noxious Weed Removal

Year

2017