Non-native, invasive pests and plants can cause severe damage to native ecosystems. We can help control and eradicate these invasive species and restore the natural ecosystem.
At Spadefoot, we specialize in restoring the natural balance of local ecosystems across Long Island. Our team replaces invasive plants with native vegetation that offers an oasis for wildlife and creates healthier food webs. We are also experts at managing storm water runoff using bioswales to preserve hydrology networks. Additionally, our pollinator gardens create a haven for birds and bees alike! As part of this movement known as “rewilding”, imagine what would be growing on your property if you hadn’t been there: from sun-soaked pitch pines to leafy oaks or laurel shrubs – each thrives under its own unique conditions – allowing us bring back nature one step at time into suburban areas!
At Spadefoot Construction and Design, we are passionate about Nature. Our mission is to take the environments around us back to their native biomes by replanting them with locally-suited plants that create a habitat for animals (and fungi) alike! We make sure our selections will fit your property’s unique traits like sun exposure, soil type and moisture levels through inventorying it first before beginning any work. Whether in your yard or park nearby; along Main Street or on corporate grounds – let us bring nature into harmony with humanity again though careful restoration of its glorious ecosystems!
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We’re constantly working on projects all over Long Island, building, restoring and enhancing native habits. Learn about our recent projects.
English Ivy Removal
Get rid of English Ivy for good with this technique.
A backyard was being taken over by an invasive grass species.
A backyard in a Long Island home had an area that was always muddy.
Port Washington, NY
Invasive species were wrecking havoc on Leeds Pond Preserve.
Sound Beach, NY
Storm water runoff and erosion was pushing this property into the Long Island Sound.