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Invasive Weeds Management Program

The Invasive Weeds Management Program exist to prevent, eradicate and control invasive weeds through education and public land management.  Invasive weeds are non-native and aggressive plants that can replace natural vegetation and contribute to wildfire risk.  Controlling their growth is key to fostering healthy ecosystems throughout Douglas County. Whether your a landowner or homeowner learn more by clicking one the choices below.