Our maintenance team brings a unique blend of knowledge, experience, and a sustainable ethos to put you on track towards a resilient and regenerative outdoor space.

While our team is out and about on your property leading your management plan, we encourage you to be a part of the process and learn about the many steps required to promote a native ecosystem. We always strive to educate our clients!

Take a peek at some of the regular services we execute below and contact us to transform your landscape into a native species wonderland:

  • Vine & ivy management (kudzu, english ivy, wisteria, etc.)
  • Woody invasive management (privet, honeysuckle, etc.)
  • Meadow and gardening maintenance
  • Garden coaching


Managing a garden or meadow can require a lot of time and expertise and CoFo is here to help. We tailor our maintenance services to suit the unique needs of your garden, meadow, or green space. We also can offer garden coaching if you want 1-on-1 time with our team to get tips on all-things gardening, stewardship, and maintenance. We will discuss your priorities, answer questions, and show you the ropes.


Whether we like it or not, invasive species have set up shop in Atlanta and are here to stay. Most of these species are primed to displace their native counterparts because they can reproduce rapidly and often lack any natural predators or pests. Because of this, invasive management is not only removing and monitoring invasive species but also nurturing native species to occupy space and mature naturally. As native species fill out, they will help restrict the re-establishment of any invasives. If invasive species do pop up, our rule of thumb is early detection and rapid response. The longer you leave invasive species unimpeded, the more they will choke out native

Our biggest invasive culprits in Atlanta (English ivy, kudzu, privet, etc. - see full list here) can be found on most properties in the city! Book with us and our incredibly knowledgeable and hard-working maintenance crew will meet with you to understand your invasive management vision and then develop a plan of action.