Pacific OpenSpace creates environmentally sensitive trails so that you can have the maximum use and enjoyment of your property, while protecting natural habitat.
Removal and eradication of noxious weeds, such as thistles, broom, fennel or poison oak is one of the first steps in restoring the land. As weeds are eliminated, we replace them with native perennials, enhancing wildlife habitat and the natural landscape.
Homes and businesses located in wildland areas are often faced with the threat of wildfire. One benefit of the management of natural vegetation is the reduction of available fuel, making the property safer. We convert overgrown, brushy and dangerous areas into aesthetically pleasing and safe native landscapes.