Meeting of the Yolo County Resource Conservation District on Wednesday, Sept. 18

The Yolo County Weed Management Area has been revived after a ten-year hiatus.

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After a ten-year hiatus, the Yolo County Weed Management Area (YCWMA) has been revived. At a meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18 they will give updates on the YCWMA and what it can do for land managers, and there will be several talks on weed control as well as a presentation by staff from the Yolo County Department of Ag. The Department of Pesticide Regulation has approved 1.5 Continuing Education hours: .5 hours of Laws and Regulations, 1 hour of “other.”
The YCWMA was formed in 1999 by a coordinated effort between federal, state, county, and city agencies, private industry, and landowners that were jointly concerned about the explosion of invasive plant species in Yolo County. The YCWMA promotes and coordinates efforts toward the management and control of the County’s noxious weeds through education and cooperation with landowners, agencies, organizations, and the general public.  The group is led by the Yolo County Resource Conservation District and the Yolo County Department of Agriculture.
The meeting will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 18 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. at Norton Hall at 70 Cottonwood St., Woodland. For more information contact Tanya Meyer at meyer@yolorcd.org or (530) 661-1688 ext 20. More information to come.
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