NESEPELEM – The Colville Tribal Land Operations/Range Program has announced its noxious/invasive weed project fieldwork will begin April 22 and will extend into the fall.

A public notice from the program states, “The program uses an integrated approach to weed management, this includes the use of herbicides, biological controls, mechanical and cultural methods. Use of spot treatments instead of broadcast applications will be made whenever possible/feasible.”

Locations of weed treatment include cemetery parking areas, rodeo grounds, community areas, roadsides, public domain property, homesites (with permission from landowners), rangeland, pasture and other natural areas.

The public notification states, “If you have any questions on the program or would like to inquire about receiving assistance with noxious/invasive weed control please call 509-634-2338.”

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