Invasive Species Management 

Invasive species may disrupt and degrade ecosystems. These exotic plants include a multitude of species such as kudzu, a Japanese plant invasive in the southeastern U.S. and Bush killer a highly invasive Japanese plant that is slowing but surely working its way north from gulf coast. Multiple populations have been located in the piedmont of North Carolina. HARP assesses and treats hundreds of acres of riparian buffers, wetlands and power line right-of- way each year for invasive plant management and competing vegetation management.

Please contact us for information on our Invasive Plant Management services and
to get a quote for your land.



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