David Ellison, Aquatic Biologist and Regional Director
This property is a national park with Revolutionary War battlefield sites preserved and serving as year round tourist attractions in the Yorktown/Williamsburg area.
Scope of Work:
Invasive species vegetation control on multiple sites throughout the park to maintain the natural fauna of the area. The objective of the project was to eradicate invasive species growing in high profile areas of the park and provide maps of the areas treated. The budget allowed for a set treatment of acres throughout the park.
Phragmites Treatment Map
SOLitude Lake Management performed treatments on invasive species to include phragmites, Japanese stiltgrass, and Chinese privet. In the areas where these species were located the native vegetation was outcompeted and struggling to thrive. Aerial treatments were performed on the phragmites in predetermined locations in the park. Ground treatments were performed on the Japanese stiltgrass and Chinese privet. These areas were mapping using Garmin GPS units during treatment and maps of the treatment areas were created and supplied to the client.
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When you partner with SOLitude, a dedicated field technician visits your lake or pond twice a month, leveraging extensive knowledge and training to carefully maintain ecological balance and preserve the appearance of your aquatic property.
Utilizing the latest GPS aquatic mapping technology and our own proprietary lake and pond management software, the experts at SOLitude collect all the data necessary to provide comprehensive analysis and in-depth solutions.