The Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) acting in concert with consultants Biodrawversity, LLC and Polatin Ecological Services, LLC (PES), has obtained the necessary permits from the Adams Conservation Commission and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to conduct invasive plant management activities in four priority areas of the Greylock Glen.
The Massachusetts Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program initiated and supports this work, which is essential to the protection of rare, endangered and threatened plant species in the Glen.
The team of consultants developed a comprehensive invasive plant management plan to guide the treatment process in the Glen. The management work will be conducted by PES, a habitat management and natural areas restoration company with offices in Gill and Pittsfield, MA.
Greylock Glen Invasive Plant Management Plan
Click on the links below to read the Greylock Glen Invasive Management Plan that describes the project currently underway in the Glen.