Western USA

Managing Invasive  Plants Species

  • Invasive Noxious Weed Eradication
  • Tamarisk
  • Thistles – Canada, Musk, Spiney Plumless, etc
  • Knapweeds – Spotted, Russian, Difuse, etc.
  • Common and Lesser Burdock
  • Ventenata
  • Purple Loosestrife
  • Russian Olive
  • Quackgrass
  • Black Herbane
  • Common Mullien
  • Common St. Johnswort
  • Asian Bush Honeysuckle, Japanese Vine Honeysuckle

Rangeland Management

Our approach to sustainable rangeland management is systematic in first conserving water, with water table raising strategies, and balancing grazing of livestock, wildlife, water development and hay production.  Then the optimization of forage, and elimination of invasive species.

Eco Systems provides;

  • Water Conservation – Dam Construction, and increasing the base elevation of streams and stream depth to hold water and reverse the process of channel incisement, or down cutting into the landscape.
    • Distribution of water piping) and channels, for dispersed waterholes, guzzlers for dispersion of grazing.
    • Head cut erosion control.
    • Grade stabilization structures.
    • Gully elimination
  • Slope and stream bank erosion control.
  • Sagebrush mulching, with seeding of grasses to convert overly mature sagebrush to grass grazing for wildlife and livestock.
    • Mulching Pinon Pine, in range land.
  • Invasive noxious weed/brush management management
  • Tamarisk (Salt Cedar) eradication for water conservation.
  • Fence, Gate, Cattle Guard Construction.