Buckthorn and other woody invasive species infested 3.3 acres of woodlands belonging to a homeowners association along the Mitchell Lake shoreline. In 2020, Davey Resource Group was contracted to remove the invasive plants and installed a native woodland seed mix to provide more species diversity while still protecting the shoreline from erosion and pollutants.
Davey Resource Group coordinated with officials in ten Colorado communities to conduct a tree inventory on 64 miles of the High Line Canal Trail. DRG arborists conducted the inventory through the lens of risk management and health preservation of the High Line Canal Trail forest system.
In 2019, the Colorado State Forest Service received a Landscape Scale Restoration (LSR) Grant to increase resources for emerald ash borer management. With this grant, CSFS partnered with Davey Resource Group to conduct tree inventories and assist with EAB public education and response.