Control and Disposal

Check out our new brochure on noxious weed disposal.

This two page brochure is also available in hard copy, contact us to request copies.

Disposing of your noxious weeds is an important step in noxious weed control. This step can vary depending on what county you live in. Check with your local county noxious weed control board to find out more information or contact us for further information.


Curious about integrated pest management?

Have you ever wondered about how IPM (integrated pest management) principles are used? WSDA and the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board recommend this comprehensive approach to managing noxious weeds using thoughtful, coordinated methods to develop healthy plant communities and mitigate economic and ecological impacts from noxious weeds.

New! Learn more about the Clallam County Integrated Vegetation Weed Management Plan, a new initiative to create valuable ecological resources for pollinators and tax payers in Clallam County. Check out their powerpoint and watch the presentation on youtube.