Revegetate and restore the natural areas of your Hamptons property.

Revegetation after storm damage, home construction, or building renovation restores sites and helps preserve the natural beauty and ecosystem of protected lands on Long Island's East End.

Completion of essential revegetation practices is required to obtain an occupancy permit after new construction or site renovation.

Mahoney's revegetation services include:

  • Planting design and careful selection of native plant species to rejuvenate landscapes, ensuring ecological balance and sustainability of environmentally sensitive areas. Project scopes may include:
    • Dune stabilization
    • Wetlands restoration
    • Coastal habitat revitalization
  • Permit process guidance, community engagement, and collaboration with landowners, conservation organizations, and government agencies to ensure that revegetation efforts align with local and state conservation goals and regulatory requirements.
  • Installation and integration of native plants to enhance each site's unique biodiversity, promote natural habitats for local wildlife, and sustain the region's ecosystem.
  • Maintenance and ongoing care to help your revegetation project to get established, develop resiliency, and thrive in even the most environmentally susceptible areas.

Contact us today to help protect and restore the natural heritage and precious ecosystem of your Hamptons property!

We transform landscapes into brilliant gardens and luxurious outdoor spaces from Westhampton to Montauk, including Quogue, Hampton Bays, Southampton, Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor, Sagaponack, Wainscott, East Hampton, Amagansett, North Haven, Shelter Island and surrounding areas in Suffolk County, New York.