As the saying goes, ‘failing to plan is planning to fail’, and failing to plan and utilize a system for establishing habitat or vegetation can result in a major loss of time (and as we all know, time is money).
When it comes to establishing habitat or vegetation of any kind, a perennial investment, putting in thought and creating a detailed plan to follow is vital. Like most things in life, you will get out what you put into a project, and seeding native vegetation is no different.
What’s the number one key to success? Following a plan.
Where do you start when building your plan? Here are a few things to consider as you build your habitat or vegetation management system:
If you build a solid system that includes those five areas, you will be able to control as much as you can. Unfortunately, with vegetation management, there are some things you have no control over, including:
- Equipment Breakdowns
- Other Unknowns
It’s vital to stack the deck in your favor and build a solid plan before you begin. Our well-rounded Team Millborn experts are here to work alongside you every step of the way as you build your unique plan. Build your vegetation management plan now – because failing to plan, is planning to fail.