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Noxious Weed Control

Program Contact: Trevor Lane, County Director/Associate Professor
509-775-5225 x1116 • trevor.lane@wsu.edu

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Control and Education

Through collaboration with the Ferry County Noxious Weed office, we are able to provide information and identification booklets about noxious weeds. The Ferry County Noxious Weed office also offers calibration workshops for equipment used to control noxious weeds.

Hands on Calibration

Each year, workshops are held throughout Ferry County providing “Hands-on Calibration Training” where participants learn the laws and safety of using pesticides, reading labels correctly, and practicing their new calibration skills while using backpacks, skid mounts, and a boom trailer. These classes are designed for the beginner or for those that would like a refresher course. WSDA pesticide credits available to licensed pesticide holders. Call the Ferry County Noxious Weed Board for information and dates (509) 775-5225, x1111.

See the video from a previous Noxious Weed Workshop and Hands on Calibration Training:

 

Noxious Weed List & Other Info >
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Ferry County Noxious Weed Control Board

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