DAB Land Management provided herbicide application assistance to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service at the White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery to develop pollinator gardens throughout the hatchery grounds. Approximately 3 acres of grass was sprayed to prevent it from competing with native species
Kudzu, Autumn Olive, Multiflora Rose, and Japanese Knotweed are just some of the invasive plant species that DAB Land Management has been assisting to control in the New River George National Park
DAB Land Management has been worked with the Fayette County WV Board of Education to enhance the turf management of several athletic fields.
DAB Land Management has provided assistance with controlling invasive Japanese Knotweed along the Sewell Creek flood control channel in the town of Rainelle West Virginia
DAB Land Management provided assistance to the City of Beckley West Virginia to seed and establish grass on three parks following construction