Trail weed watcher training
Plant enthusiasts, hikers and others who want to help protect our natural areas are encouraged to join the effort to locate (and control) invasive species in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley and the Snoqualmie Pass Gateway trails of the South Fork Snoqualmie. Help survey the area’s spectacular trail system for invasive weeds so we can stop them before they get entrenched. This class will teach you to identify the highest priority invasive plant species and give you the tools you need to start helping prevent these weeds from spreading into our wilderness areas.
The training is a presentation-based workshop covering the program’s goals and methods and focusing on learning to identify the priority invasive plants for the region, using a combination of slides and plant specimens. This is a joint training for King County’s Trail Weed Watchers and the PNW‐IPC Citizen Science EDRR program. Participants can receive a free invasive plant guide and receive invitations to group hikes and other events.
Hosted by: Jonathane Schmitt with US Forest Service, and Sasha Shaw with King County Noxious Weed Control Program
For more information, contact Sasha Shaw, firstname.lastname@example.org.