Florida has multiple land types in which maintenance is regulated by local, state, and/or federal government guidelines. Many of these guidelines require that invasive plant materials (noxious weeds) be removed on a regular basis while still preserving the native species in their existing state. Some of the land types that there are guidelines for include but are not limited to:
Uplands: Lands that have an elevation above the mean high-water line. These lands can include, but are not limited to, hardwood & pine forests, prairies, range lands, and rock lands.
Wetlands: Lands that have an elevation which sits below the mean high-water line. These transitional lands are saturated by surface water for periods of time which supports vegetation that grows in saturated soils.
Preserves: Geographical areas being maintained in their natural state for the protection of animals and plants. While these areas are to be maintained in their natural state there are requirements with regards to the removal of invasive species.
Sampson Tree Service has the knowledge to ensure that maintenance of these lands is done in accordance with government guidelines. Because of our extensive experience working in these areas, we are well versed in the required permitting process involved to maintain them.
Contact us today to get a free estimate for maintaining an environmental area.