People Protected From Ticks, Mosquitoes & Poison Ivy
Commercial Clients Serviced
Client Return Rate
228 sQ mILES
Of Client Property Protected
Ivy Oaks is a public health control company enhancing outdoor recreation safety through modernized techniques. Unfortunately, many camps, parks, neighborhoods, and other large outdoor recreation areas lack a comprehensive strategy to address threats like ticks, mosquitoes, and poison ivy. As a result, guests at these locations may contract diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, or experience allergic reactions. At Ivy Oaks, we firmly believe that outdoor recreation areas are valuable places for social, physical, and personal growth. No one should endure physical harm or suffer from preventable ailments in these cherished settings. That's why we're committed to providing effective solutions to these problems.
For us and our clients, solving this problem is personal, and we're dedicated to ensuring that everyone can enjoy outdoor recreation safely and without fear. We're proud to partner with Global Lyme Alliance in their mission to conquer Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.
The concept for Ivy Oaks originated from our founder's personal experience at summer camp. While at camp, he woke up one morning with a swollen face and blisters due to a severe reaction to poison ivy. This experience led him to become aware of the presence of poison ivy, ticks and similar threats in common areas. During college Isaiah worked at a summer camp and witnessed a camper contract Lyme disease. With the camp unable to find a large scale tick control service provider he felt compelled to take action.
Ivy Oaks was formed in 2015.
Isaiah is a Public Health Control professional who developed Ivy Oaks to help large outdoor recreation areas reduce the risk of preventable injuries. He is currently licensed through multiple state governments for Public Health Control and a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University. He has conducted education sessions at summer camp conferences including the American Camping Association's Tri-State Conference as well as staff training sessions for various summer camps. Isaiah has been interviewed by various news outlets including CNN in relation to the work of Ivy Oaks. He was once called the Tick Whisperer by a happy client but prefers to go by Isaiah.