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invasive plants

Jessecology removes invasive species at the wetland construction site.

  At Jessecology, we’ve been conscious of the environmental destruction and devastation that invasive species plants can cause for almost 2 decades. And so, we admire and have huge respect for community resources like PRISM, based out of Cornell Cooperative Extension. All things considered, helping educate the public and raising awareness about invasive species is […]

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rewilding

  Rewilding is a wonderful and relaxed form of land management that anyone with plant literacy and land can practice. Essentially it boils down to removing any invasive plants and letting the natural seed bank express itself. Rewilding is not like formal garden development. A new garden bed is not created, and soil amending isn’t

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Jessecology destroys invasives. Invasive plants don't stand a chance!

Invasives + Kindness. (continued). This year we’re beginning a deep exploration into healthy land restoration after invasives have devastated a site. The problem is real and gross. For example, in Saratoga Springs, NY the beautiful public park on High Rock Rd is haunted by invasive Japanese Knotweed. Behind the park to the west side, there’s

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invasive plants in their youth.

Invasive Plants. The problem in America of invasive species rapaciously displacing native flora is weird. How did we get here? Is it like this everywhere in the world? Why? And logistically: what can we do? Invasive Natural History When you read the American naturalists (Walt Whitman, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson and others), quite

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Beautiful native flowers.

Sustainable Landscaping/Gardening: 5 Principles. Part II. Read Part I Here. The 5 Principles of Sustainable Landscaping/Gardening are: 1. Stop using all chemicals. (see previous post) 2. Remove all invasive plants. The US Forest Service defines an invasive species as being: “Non-native (or alien) to the ecosystem under consideration; and, Whose introduction causes or is likely to cause

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