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Building Comprehensive Land Management Plans

Land management can be a difficult, overwhelming, and costly endeavor. Well-maintained ecosystems such as forests, streams, and wetlands provide vital wildlife habitats and important water quality services including stormwater mitigation, sediment control, and an overall reduction in water resource contaminants. Land management plans (LMPs) are an effective tool that assist property owners and land managers in achieving land management goals. Developing an LMP for a property can help identify management goals and provide a systematic approach toward achieving these goals effectively and efficiently.

The LMP development process begins when property owners and land managers work with an environmental consulting specialist to outline their land management needs and objectives. Once goals are established, experienced field staff will perform an ecological assessment to gather information and data to be used in the creation of the LMP.

A vital part of LMPs is partnering with a team that is fully invested in helping you achieve your land management goals. The Davey Resource Group (DRG) team offers a full suite of services, from LMP creation to final plan implementation to long-term monitoring and maintenance. Our staff is able to carry out any tasks related to land management plans, as our team includes specialists like professional engineers, professional surveyors, biologists, invasive vegetation technicians, botanists, and certified ecological restoration specialists. Once work is completed, DRG can also assist in the future monitoring and maintenance of your restored natural areas. Through LMPs, it is DRG’s goal to assist clients with improving their overall ecosystem and achieving long-term stewardship goals.

DRG has extensive experience assessing and restoring natural resources. To learn more about land management plans, contact your local DRG office.