Carrie Viers, left, and Jessica Larson of the Whidbey Camano Land Trust pull the noxious weed hairy willow-herb during a staff and volunteer work party at the Crockett Lake Preserve on Central Whidbey Wednesday, July 12. The Land Trust is involved in a long-term project to rid the preserve of noxious weeds such as hairy willow-herb, Himalayan blackberry and Canada thistle, which choke out native plants and adversely impact wildlife habitat. Photo by Ron Newberry

Window on Whidbey: Weeding out the willow-herb

  • Friday, July 21, 2017 12:50pm
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