Red Tail Restoration & Land Management, LLC was opened in 2010 to support a healthier ecosystem for natural lands in Delaware, southeast Pennsylvania, southwest New Jersey, and northeast Maryland.
We specialize in invasive plant removal to promote native diversity, We also help landowners to reduce deer impact, improve storm water management, manage ponds, install pollinator friendly landscapes, and support healthier streams.
Our approach is to take a comprehensive view of the land, people, and wildlife and work over time to produce long-lasting results. Success comes from understanding individual species, timing management techniques when most effective, seeking support from outside agencies, and often working with community members to achieve wide-ranging goals.
Greg has worked in the field of ecology for over 15 years. With a degree in wildlife conservation from the University of Delaware, he has worked across the mid-Atlantic region with invasive species, aquatic ecosystems, endangered shorebirds, wildlife diseases, wildlife population surveys, deer management, wetland and salt marsh quality assessment, youth environmental education, community outreach, and land management. Greg is a former board member of the Delaware Invasive Species Council, and member of the DNS Land and Biodiversity Management Committee.
Michael Has been with Red Tail for four years and has a BS in Plant Biology from Ohio University. Michael has spent over five years studying and managing invasive plant species. Michael brings a combination of teaching experience, research and field work to his job. Using these skills, Michael seeks to make improvements to the environment and educate the public on environmental conservation.
(Forest Restoration Crew Leader)
Jeff has been with Red Tail for more than two years. He has a Masters Degree in Environmental Science from Drexel University. With 6 years of experience as both a professional and a volunteer in habitat management and restoration, Jeff uses his skills and experience to work in the field improving habitat for wildlife and teaching others about plant identification and land management.
(Forest Restoration Technician)
Molly has been with Red Tail since the Spring of 2018. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Geoenvironmental Sciences from Shippensburg University and previously worked as an intern for The Land Conservancy of Southern Chester County. Her knowledge of the local ecosystem and previous experience makes her a great addition to our team.
( Forest Restoration Technician)
Jon had been with Red Tail since the Spring of 2018. Before working with us, Jon was a student at The University of Delaware where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Plant Sciences. His academic knowledge and his love of the outdoors make him an excellent addition to our team.