Davey Resource Group has an extensive range of experience providing ecological consulting services, project development, and implementation throughout the United States.
Davey removed over 1,000 Ailanthus altissima (tree-of-heaven) trees within both private and public woods on base.
Davey was retained by Lake James Association to conduct an Engineering Feasibility Study.
Our team provided a stream restoration and planting plan for a section of Ward Creek on Lost Nation Course in Willoughby, Oh.
Davey Resource Group working with a team of engineers and landscape architects assisted the City of Kent to remove a dam and restore a section of Plum Creek, a tributary of the Cuyahoga River
Davey led the effort to develop a consensus-driven Watershed Management Plan.
Davey biologists treated approximately 7.89 acres of Eurasian watermilfoil and 7.74 acres of curly-leaf pondweed in Oliver, Olin, and Martin Lakes.
Davey Resource Group was retained by Yellow Creek Watershed Alliance to conduct an Engineering Feasibility Study funded by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Lake and River Enhancement (LARE) Program