“They’re everywhere”: The never-ending battle to control noxious weeds
Recently, The Seattle Times accompanied one of the King County noxious weed patrols on their rounds as they take on the determined garlic mustard weed. This group from the Department of Natural Resources and Parks’ Water and Land Division has the ongoing task of trying to keep certain weeds from taking over indigenous flora habitats in the region.
The Times story is a great look at how King County crews on the frontline of environmental stewardship keep up this steady, important work. Read more.
Photo: Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times