Olympic Peninsula Cooperative Noxious Weed Control 2014 Project Report

Noxious weeds pose an environmental and economic threat to the citizens, ecosystems and productivity of Mason County’s terrestrial and aquatic natural resources. Nearly 21% of Mason County’s land base, or just over 127,000 acres, is located within the Olympic National Forest (ONF). It is the goal of this Participating Agreement to build a framework on which the ONF, Mason County and other community stakeholders can build a collaborative noxious weed control