Early detection of invasive plants with an aggressive control/eradication program will help manage noxious invaders before they can cause harm. Identification and education are key factors in a successful weed management program. The following are invasive species that are threatening our native, natural and agricultural lands in Franklin County. In some instances these invaders are sneaking into isolated areas, making it hard for weed inspectors to find. If you need help with plant identification or control, contact the FCNWCB. We are here to help. The following are noxious weeds we are working on, or monitoring to prevent further spread.
|Common Name||Scientific Name|
|Ravenna grass||Saccharum ravennae|
Links will take you to the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board website's weed pages or to the Franklin County Noxious Weed Control Board's printable information packet for that weed.