Invasive Weed Control Field Practicum - Kent 2018
Invasive weeds not only inhibit the growth of or even kill your trees, they cause significant ecological harm by taking over ecosystems, crowding out native species, degrading wildlife habitat, and increasing erosion. Controlling these noxious invaders is a challenging but essential task for landowners. At this field practicum, you will learn to identify and control some of the most common invasive weeds that cause economic and environmental damage in forests, such as holly, ivy, blackberries, knotweed, reed canary grass, butterfly bush, Scotch broom, and more. The practicum will cover both chemical and non-chemical control options. This practicum is completely field-based and centered around hands-on learning.
This program is funded by the Washington State University Western Extension Risk Management Education Center, the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), and King Conservation District. This material is based upon work supported by USDA/NIFA under Award Number 2015-49200-24225.
Scholnick/Dotson Property (View)
29224 Thomas Rd SE
Kent, WA 98042
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