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Invasive Species Project Examples: Pacific Northwest

Galerucella Beetle Project, Metro Vancouver Parks

Metro Vancouver Parks is studying the potential of these beetles as a biological control against purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria). .

Green-Duwamish Cooperative Riparian Enhancement-Development of a Comprehensive Landscape

King County DNRP Noxious Weed Program manages riparian noxious weeds, including knotweed.

How to Control Knotweed Without Chemicals, King County DNRP Noxious Weed Program

Learn about digging out this invasive weed, cutting and starving roots, and cutting, covering, and shading roots as control methods.

How to Guide for Native Pollinator Habitat Restoration

Best management practices for native pollinator habitat restoration in the Puget Sound lowlands. Matthew B Schwartz & Nelson Salisbury

How to Remove Ivy, West Multnomah Conservation District

Urban Conservationist Mary Logalbo shows your step-by-step instructions on removing invasive ivy from your land.

Knotweed Control Project

Snohomish County Surface Water Management obtained a grant to conduct knotweed assessments in the Little Bear Creek watershed. The goal of this project is to detect and assess current populations of...

Practical Control Methods for Invasive Plant Species, Seattle Public Utilities

East coast integrated pest management expert Steve Manning presents practical tools and approaches for controlling invasive plants.

Removing Ivy at Chism Beach Park, EarthCorps

More than eight acres of land at Chism Beach Park overrun with ivy and other invasive plants are being restored, with more than 100 volunteers and the city’s garbage hauler pitching in for the cause

Tansy Video, Washington State University Extension Office, San Juan County

Tansy ragwort management.

Vedanta Restoration Project

The Vedanta Society of Portland worked with the Conservation District on a number of special projects to bring its members and visitors closer to native plants and the natural world. These projects...

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