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The Washington Invasive Species Council, state agencies and researchers are calling for a census in May to help determine the location of Scotch broom throughout the state.
“We need everyone’s help to size up the problem,” saidJustin Bush, executive coordinator of the Washington Invasive Species Council.“Without baseline information about the location and population size, we don’thave enough details to determine solutions...
OLYMPIA–Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed Feb. 24-28 as Invasive Species Awareness Week in Washington to highlight the importance of managing and preventing invasive species, which pose a $137 billion annual cost in damages to crops, forests, fish and other...
OLYMPIA–The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) will begin accepting applications in mid-February for grants to build parks, trails, ball fields and boat moorage as well as to conserve wildlife habitat and working farms and forests...
OLYMPIA—Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed a Wenatcheeresident and an Okanogan resident and member of the Confederated Tribes of theColville Reservation to serve on the Washington State Recreation andConservation Funding Board.
The board awards about $250 million in grants everybiennium for the development of parks, trails, boating facilities and otheroutdoor recreation opportunities and for the conservation of wildlife habitatand working farms and forests....
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