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Fall Weed Control Tips

Posted: Sept. 23, 2022

LCNWC article for the Fall 2022 issue of WA's Forest Stewardship Notes Newsletter Autumn is a great time to control many biennial and perennial noxious weeds! The autumn weed control …


Posted: Sept. 6, 2022


Posted: Sept. 6, 2022

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Chehalis River Knotweed Treatments

Posted: Aug. 29, 2022

Chehalis Knotweed Treatments have begun! After surveying Rock and Halfway Creek tributaries, the Lewis County Noxious Weed Control team has started Knotweed treatments in Pe Ell. If you have any …

Free Tansy Disposal Day Round 2!

Posted: July 11, 2022

We are doing a second round of free tansy ragwort disposal for Lewis County! Now that Tansy Ragwort is flowering and maybe starting to seed, it is extra important that …

We're Teaching at Meet a Master Gardener Event!

Posted: June 1, 2022

Meet a Master Gardener Jun16 Friday Tansy Disposal Days! (Pre-Flower Event) Aug2 Wednesday Lewis County Noxious Weed Board Quarterly meeting Nov1 Wednesday Lewis County Noxious Weed Board Quarterly meeting More …

Free Tansy Disposal Days

Posted: May 24, 2022

Lewis County Noxious Weeds is covering the dump fee for your bagged tansy ragwort! Start bagging your tansy ragwort from now until mid June and let us cover your dump …

Master Gardeners Spring Plant Sale

Posted: May 17, 2022

Lewis County Noxious Weed Control will be at this year's MG Spring Plant sale. We will be on site to assist with weed identification, control advise, and to hand out …

Fall Weed Control Season Has Arrived!

Posted: Sept. 17, 2021

As weeds prepare themselves for their winter dormancy, they are particularly vulnerable to any and all attacks made against them. Whether you prefer chemical, manual, or cultural methods, now is …

Chemical Treatment at Mineral Lake, Tuesday, August 31, 2021.

Posted: Aug. 11, 2021

UPDATE! This treatment was conducted on Tuesday, August 31, 2021. We expect to see a decline in the Eurasian watermilfoil over the next few of weeks. We thank the community …