Our Business Is

Extreme Brush Clearing

About EBC

About Us

Extreme Brush Clearing has operated with integrity for over fifteen years. Our wealth of knowledge and experience, our skills and professionalism, and our willingness to go the extra mile for our clientele gives us the edge when it comes to tackling your property's foliage management needs. When you retain our services you are dealing with a business you can rely on!

We Clear All Brush in ALL Terrain in ALL Weather, and that gives us an advantage over other brush clearing service providers. If your foliage management needs are urgent, then we are at your beck and call.

Our Services

Our Services

In the course of doing business we strive to prevent the use of pesticides, to control erosion, and to reduce the overall use of combustible fuels associated with conventional clear cutting methods.

We specialize in:

  • Invasive Plant Management
  • Weed Control
  • Residential Propery Management
  • Groundskeeping and Grounds Maintenance
  • Forest Restoration
  • Construction Management
  • Agricultural Management

We offer professional land clearing services for severely overgrown lots, steep slopes, and creek beds which are difficult or impossible to clear with a commercial mower. By using our methods even the harshest terrain can be cleared.

What is EBC?

What IS Extreme Brush Clearing?

Extreme Brush Clearing (transitive verb)
Etymology: Latin 'oblitteratus,' past participle of 'oblitterare.' Date: 1600.

  1. passionate obliteration of all vegetation rapidly and with force.
  2. All actions pertaining to Vegetative Molecular Entropy caused by hypervelocity collisions.
  3. To remove utterly, from recognition or memory, all plant matter.
  4. To annihilate all trace, indication, or significance of plant matter. Common names: bush whackin', brush cuttin', vegetation mastication.

Can you see the building?  You'll be able to see ALL of the building after a visit from Extreme Brush Clearing.

Our Mission:
To Conquer Untamed Foliage

We service commercial and residential customers, so take a look at what we have to offer and give us a call. We'll reclaim your property from rampant plant overgrowth.
We specialize in clearing densely overgrown, difficult to reach property.


Your Yard

The "Team"

Meet The Owner

Extreme Brush Clearing CEO and CFO (Chief Foliage Obliterator) Casey Peifer

Casey Peifer

Extreme Brush Clearing
CEO and CFO (Chief Foliage Obliterator)

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Tactics Ecological Awareness

Forestry Management

Our forestry operations include fire-suppression and prevention of fuel accumulation (i.e. clearing out the combustible dead-fall).

We focus on fuel reduction as a form of fire suppression by creating fire breaks and clearing fence-lines, according to OREGON LAW fire code. The frelines we clear create breaks in vegetation and dead combustible forest debris, thereby decreasing available fuels which would feed a forest fire or create unsafe potential fire hazard conditions.

Our land management and brush clearing operations range from burning brush, clear-cutting, logging of old-growth trees and pruning out invasive plants.

Our philosophy of "no chemicals and no burning" is a core component of our low-impact approach, which builds a nutrient-filled ground cover and minimizes disturbance of soil that helps to prevent soil erosion. We take care to remove only what is needed and we strive to avoid upsetting the delicate balance of the locl ecology.

Forestry Restoration

To balance the effects of habitat loss by development and by natural factors, such as erosion caused by weather or rainfall runoff, or to restore areas which had been previously cleared, we believe in maitaining a forest restoration program to address the needs of local wildlife habitats. To that end, we work to continually expand upon our knowledge of the local ecology and species as well as our knowledge of invasive plant species.

We perform native plant restoration work in a variety of locations, including wetlands, river banks, stream banks, estuarine and coastal areas overgrown with grasses which are not indigenous to the local ecology.

Agricultural Management

We offer our services to commercial and private clientele, and we may be called upon to reclaim pastures and fields and to clear orchards and vineyards in preparation for a new planting season.

Construction Management

We do not rely on heavy equipment, which means we can access areas which hulking machines can not. Among our efforts to assist land developers, we offer single- or multi-site pre-development clearing right-of-way creation and maintenance, clear-cutting for recreational areas such as golf course and parks, and road-side brush removal.

Residential Management

We offer our talents to help residential customers improve views from their homes, reduce brush and debris-based fire hazards on your property, make room for a wider driveway, eliminate storm debris and reclaim unusable land so the home owner may increase the value of their property.

Invasive Plant Species Management Project

Oregon presently has approximately 1.3 million acres of land which have been taken over by Invasive Plant species. The state of Oregon has spent over a billion dollars in restoration projects to control rampant vegetation overgrowth. This problem has led to an epidemic of crop loss, and has negatively impacted livestock health where invasions of poisonous plants are found in grazing areas. Poisonous and invasive plants species can have a negative impact on agricultureby by directly competing with planeted crops. From state forest to city parks, invasive plants have become a growing nuisance.

BEWARE: The plants listed below might be harming your livestock, reducing the value of your properly or merely making you mad. If you are having problems with one of the plant species in the list, get in touch with us today to find out what we can do to help:

  • African boxthorn
  • African couch grass
  • African feathergrass
  • African rue
  • Alfombrilla
  • Ambulia
  • Anchored waterhyacinth
  • Animated oat
  • Argentine screwbean
  • Arrowhead
  • Asian sprangletop
  • Austrian peaweed
  • Barbed goatgrass
  • Benghal dayflower
  • Biddy biddy
  • Borreria
  • Brazilian satintail
  • Broomrape
  • Buffalobur
  • Bull thistle
  • Butterfly bush
  • Camelthorn
  • Canada thistle
  • Cape tulip
  • Catclaw mimosa
  • Cattail grass
  • Chinese waterspinach
  • Coat buttons
  • Cogongrass
  • Coltsfoot
  • Common bugloss
  • Common cordgrass
  • Common crupina
  • Creeping yellow cress
  • Crofton weed
  • Cutleaf teasel
  • Dalmatian toadflax
  • Dense-flowered cordgrass
  • Devil's thorn
  • Diffuse knapweed
  • Dodder
  • Duck-lettuce
  • Dyer's woad
  • English ivy
  • Eurasian watermilfoil
  • European water chestnut
  • Exotic bur-reed
  • False brome
  • Field bindweed
  • French broom
  • Garlic mustard
  • Giant hogweed
  • Giant horsetail
  • Giant knotweed
  • Giant salvinia
  • Giant sensitive plant
  • Goatsrue
  • Gorse
  • Hairy whitetop
  • Halogeton
  • Himalayan blackberry
  • houndstongue
  • Hydrilla
  • Iberian starthistle
  • Italian thisle
  • Itchgrass
  • Japanese knotweed
  • Johnsongrass
  • Jointed goatgrass
  • Jointed prickly pear
  • Kiawe
  • Kikuyugrass
  • King devil hawkweed
  • Kochia
  • Kodo-millet
  • Kudzu
  • Kyasuma-grass
  • Leafy spurge
  • Lens-podded whitetop
  • Liverseed grass
  • Matgrass
  • Meadow hawkweed
  • Meadow knapweed
  • Mediterranean sage
  • Medusahead rye
  • Melaleuca
  • Mesquite
  • Mile-a-minute
  • Milk thistle
  • Miramar weed
  • Missiongrass
  • Monochoria
  • Mosquito fern
  • Mouse ear hawkweed
  • Murain-grass
  • Musk thistle
  • Myrtle spurge
  • Old man's beard
  • Onionweed
  • Orange hawkweed
  • Oxygen weed
  • Paterson's curse
  • Perennial pepperweed
  • Pickerel weed
  • Pilipiliula
  • Plumeless thistle
  • Poison hemlock
  • Policeman's helmet
  • Portugese broom
  • Puncturevine
  • Purple loosestrife
  • Purple nutsedge
  • Purple starthistle
  • Quackgrass
  • Ragweed
  • Red rice
  • Rush skeletonweed
  • Russian knapweed
  • Saltcedar
  • Saltmeadow cordgrass
  • Scotch broom
  • Scotch thistle
  • Serrated tussock
  • Sessile joyweed
  • Short-fringed knapweed
  • Silverleaf nightshade
  • Skeletonleaf bursage
  • Slender flowered thistle
  • Small broomrape
  • Smooth cordgrass
  • South American waterweed, elodea
  • Spanish broom
  • Spikeweed
  • Spiny cocklebur
  • Spotted knapweed
  • Squarrose knapweed
  • St.Johnswort, Klamath weed
  • Sulfur cinquefoil
  • Syrian bean-caper
  • Syrian mesquite
  • Tansy ragwort
  • Texas blueweed
  • Three-cornered jack
  • Tornillo
  • Tropical soda apple
  • Turkeyberry
  • Velvet fingergrass
  • Velvet mesquite
  • Velvetleaf
  • Wetland nightshade
  • Whitetop, hoary cress
  • Wild blackberry
  • Wild blackberry complex
  • Wild proso millet
  • Wild safflower
  • Wild sugarcane
  • Witchweed
  • Woolly distaff thistle
  • Wormleaf salsola
  • Yellow flag iris
  • Yellow floating heart
  • Yellow hawkweed
  • Yellow nutsedge
  • Yellow starthistle
  • Yellow toadflax