Wildland and Habitat Restoration

Wildland and habitat destruction happens for many reasons. The more common causes include fire, overgrazing, erosion, development, and poor logging and agricultural practices. The destruction of these habitats lends itself to the invasion of noxious weeds.

To return a site that has been invaded by noxious weeds takes time and is often expensive. Cascade Weed & Pest Management can advise landowners on how to control and prevent the spread of noxious weeds on their property. This usually involves the judicious use of herbicides, re-seeding, irrigation where practical, fertilization and use of biological control agents.