Restoration > Habitat Enhancement > Invasive Species Management

Many freshwater and brackish wetlands in the Northeast US are overrun and degraded by dense stands of invasive plants such as Phargmites. Environmental Concern's trained technicians have successfully restored and revived degraded wetlands by treating and mowing invasive species and planting native vegatation to combat erosion and add diversity to degraded wetlands.

Managing Phragmites Brochure (Adobe pdf)

Removing Phragmites From The Picture (slide show)

Common Reed (Phragmites australis) can grow up to 15 feet tall



Bamboo is an exotic species that sometimes takes up residence near wetlands.