Andrew Fritz, Urban Conservation Technician
Technical assistance through the Hamilton County SWCD is a type of consulting that provides support, planning, and guidance for anyone or any group interested in applying conservation to the land. It is a free service offered to citizens of Hamilton County who desire to work toward conservation.
One way we offer technical assistance is through an invasive species assessment. The goal of this assessment is to identify where invasive species are on your property and how to manage and remove them to improve ecosystem health.
With an invasives species assessment we help you with:
Who can Receive Invasive Technical Assistance?
While technical assistance is available to all county residents, those with multi-acre properties are in greater need of protection and are a priority for invasive species assessments.
Is Financial Assistance Available to Help Manage Invasives?
Financial assistance may be available to landowners with financial need who demonstrate a commitment to conservation. Depending on the specific conditions, financial assistance or cost-share grants are available through the HCSWCD or other partnering agencies for invasive species management as part of a conservation management plan.
How do you request technical assistance for an invasive species assessment?
To request technical assistance, contact our office at (317) 773-2181. You may also contact Urban Conservation Technician, Andrew Fritz, by email at Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are invasive species?
Invasive species resources on our website