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Using Native Plants to Manage Weeds

Utilizing native plants as part of the restoration process is an often over-looked step in weed management. Native plants are adapted to local environmental conditions, and are typically more resistant to drought and disease. Native plants offer numerous other benefits such as providing food and habitat for wildlife, preventing soil erosion, and protecting water quality.

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Forests, stream corridors, and agricultural lands in the District all suffer to some degree from infestation by noxious weeds like Canada thistle, common mullein, cheatgrass, and more.