A major concern in our naturalized areas is the establishment of invasive, non- native, trees, shrubs and vines. These “introduced” plants have the ability to proliferate and then dominate unmanaged areas. There is no area immune from their establishment; urban, suburban and rural areas will find invasive plants growing where no management has taken place. Invasives are commonly spread by birds, they ingest the plants fruit and distribute the now “pre-fertilized” seeds to the ground where they take root. From there the aggressive plants out compete their native neighbors for water, nutrients, sunlight and space. We have taken the initiative to get training in the control of this invasive vegetation. Mechanically, chemically or culturally; we have the knowledge, equipment and licensing to do the job right.