Our mission is to protect and restore the biological health, integrity, and beauty of metro Detroit and Michigan native ecosystems, natural resources and green infrastructure. Natural Community Services (NCS) exists to serve that purpose using sound scientific principles and passion for environmental design, conservation and biodiversity.

We educate all about the native plants for wildlife habitat, water quality and sustainable landscapes, so if you’re a homeowner or HOA member, please link to “Your Home” (Homeowner & HOA) page to learn how to bring nature home https://www.naturalcommunityservices.com/at-home/

If you are a public-preserve, non-profit or commercial land manager, keep scrolling across our page tabs to find your project type; if you’re unsure what your site needs, especially if it has wetlands, start at Consulting https://www.naturalcommunityservices.com/consulting-services/

NCS leads full service design, consulting, and construction of ecological restoration: rain gardens, invasive species plans, native landscaping, natural shorelines forestry, bird-butterfly gardening, permaculture, erosion control, green infrastructure, stormwater/aquatic resources and more - see Projects for more https://www.naturalcommunityservices.com/projects/


NCS offers 20% off January through March on site assessment, grants, forestry consulting, native landscape design, live staking/bioengineering, native seed sowing, Phragmites brush-hogging, woody invasive species control & related work done in winter! CONTACT US now - info@naturalcommunityservices.com or 248-513-1909


We specialize in understanding the environmental regulations and conditions in in Oakland, Wayne, Macomb (and beyond) communities…So if you’re in places like Novi, Northville, Farmington/Hills, Walled Lake, West/Bloomfield, Birmingham, Royal Oak, Ferndale Detroit, Beverly Hills, Troy, Rochester Hills and throughout southeast Michigan, we’d love to hear about your project, please Contact Us for more info. https://www.naturalcommunityservices.com/take-action/

A decision tends to be right when it preserves the integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise
— Aldo Leopold