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Growing season is well upon us. It is time to start thinking about invasive species control. Call us now to schedule your herbicide application for problem plants like multiflora rose and sericea lespedeza.
QDMA Land Certification Program InspectorLand Certification Program (LCP) inspectors are approved based on professional standards and experience (eligibility requirements listed on LCP home page). Inspectors come from a variety of backgrounds - they are professional foresters, biologists, consultants and land managers. To have your property assessed by the Land Certification Program, please note that application fees exist and are fully explained in LCP Overview brochure (download here). For more information about the QDMA LCP visit: Quality Deer Management Association. Contact TRM to schedule your LCP inspection.
Certified Wildlife BiologistA professional wildlife biologist is a person with the educational background and demonstrated expertise in the art and science of applying the principles of ecology to the conservation and management of wildlife and its habitats. An applicant for professional certification who demonstrates this expertise through education and experience, and is judged to be able to represent the profession as an ethical practitioner will be designated as a Certified Wildlife Biologist (CWB). For more information visit The Wildlife Society. The founder and manager of TRM is a Certified Wildlife Biologist.
USDA-NRCS Certified Technical Service ProviderTechnical Service Providers (TSPs) are individuals or businesses that have technical expertise in conservation planning and design for a variety of conservation activities. TSPs are hired by farmers, ranchers, private businesses, nonprofit organizations, or public agencies to provide these services on behalf of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The TSP registration and approval process involves required training and verification of essential education, knowledge, skills and abilities. For more information on Technical Service Providers visit: USDA-NRCS Technical Service Provider page.For a list of NRCS technical services TRM can provide see our NRCS resume.