Controlling Weeds Along the North Santiam River

Con­trol­ling weeds along the North San­tiam River is an impor­tant way to help keep our water­shed clean and healthy.

That’s why the North San­tiam Water­shed Coun­cil, a local non-governmental group of vol­un­teers, will reach out again in the Spring of 2013 to help landown­ers with treat­ment assis­tance and/or tech­ni­cal advice on weed con­trol con­trol options. And the Mar­ion Soil and Water Con­ser­va­tion Dis­trict will hold plant iden­ti­fi­ca­tion work­shops for North San­tiam Canyon residents.

Join us at the Jan­u­ary 10th North San­tiam Water­shed Coun­cil Meet­ing meet­ing to learn more about these efforts to con­trol nox­ious weeds in the North San­tiam Watershed!

Our meet­ings are held at the Stay­ton Com­mu­nity Cen­ter,  400 W Vir­ginia St, Stay­ton. Click here for a map.

All Coun­cil meet­ings are open to any­one with an inter­est in the North San­tiam River and the activ­i­ties of the North San­tiam Water­shed Council.

The North San­tiam Water­shed Coun­cil meets on the sec­ond Thurs­day of every month.  Meet­ings begin at 7:00 pm and usu­ally last about an hour and a half or so..


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