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landscapeThe Noxious Weed Program works on projects as diverse as the landscape of Skamania County. Projects are driven by funds available through competitive grant pursuits, purposely sought by noxious weed staff.

With the funds won by successful grant propositions, staff is able to continue the mission of educating the public about prevention, best management practices, and noxious weed laws. In addition, the SCNWCP continues to protect land within the county from impact and spread of noxious weeds.

Volunteers help install over 1,000 native plants at the Hegewald Center Demonstration Garden!SCNWCP crew controlling thistles at Skookum Meadow as part of a grant from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.SCNWCP crew controlling thistles on an important elk rangeSCNWCP crew member Charlie Bevans works at the former Condit Dam site on the White Salmon River, 2014dive crew