Do you have Purple Loosestrife on your property?

Purple Loosestrife, an invasive, non-native plant from Europe and Asia eliminates native plants such as cattails, sedges, bullrush, and ferns.  As our wetlands become infested, desirable food and nesting sites for wildlife are lost and, there are fewer resting sites for migrating birds.

MAPS Invasive Species Strike Team will happily identify and remove Purple Loosestrife from your property. Small stands are easily removed with nothing more than a shovel.  Contact Marty Jones (montychones@gmail.com) or Darrell Schwalm (schwalmie2@aol.com)MAPS Invasive DayLoosestrife.

Even Penny the Labradoodle (pictured above) was happy to help remove it from her property.

 

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