What are noxious weeds?
Noxious weeds are non-native plants introduced to Washington State through human actions. Because of their aggressive growth and lack of natural enemies in the state, these species can be highly destructive, competitive or difficult to control. These exotic species can reduce crop yields, destroy native plant and animal habitat, reduce recreational opportunities, clog waterways, lower land values and poison humans and livestock.
Sounds scary, right? All is not lost. We are here to help!
We can help you with identification and help you develop a plan to get rid of those nasty noxious weeds. Feel free to contact us with questions or concerns. We look forward to working with you.
"OWNER WILL MAINTAIN" DEADLINE
Property owners who do not wish to participate in the Roadside Vegetation Management program must sign up for the Owner Will Maintain program with the Franklin County Public Works Department by December 31, 2018. Click here to find out more.