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Washington State Noxious Weeds - Laws , the Weed Board and Noxious Weed Species -. A presentation by Wendy DesCamp. Monday, February 11 th 7:00 PM Washington State Capital Museum Coach House 211 SW 21st Avenue; Olympia, WA.

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Washington state noxious weeds laws the weed board and noxious weed species

Washington State Noxious Weeds

- Laws, the Weed Board and Noxious Weed Species -

A presentation by Wendy DesCamp

Monday,

February 11th

7:00 PM

Washington State

Capital MuseumCoach House

211 SW 21st Avenue; Olympia, WA

This talk will review our newest noxious weed list additions and discuss some lesser known noxious.

Cytisus scoparius, Scotch Broom

weed species that can grow in this area.

The presentation will also provide an overview of the noxious weed laws in Washington and the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board and its role. Our state’s noxious weed list is large and diverse, and we’ll talk about how and why these plants are listed.

Wendy DesCamp is the Education Specialist for the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board. She received her B.S. in Biology and M.S. degree in Forest Resources from the University of Washington. Before the Weed Board, Wendy’s worked as the Collections Manager for the Otis Douglas Hyde Herbarium at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens.

Sponsored by the South Sound Chapter

of the Washington Native Plant Society

See www.southsoundchapterwnps.org for more info