LPT2016On Saturday, May 19, 2018 bring your friends, your family, your group and join in! Meet us at any one of our locations and pull weeds. Our site coordinators and on-site noxious weed experts will assist you in identifying native plants and noxious weeds.

Let’s Pull Together to remove weeds from the places we love!

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Let’s Pull Together was started in the City of Bend and is making its way across the state. The May 19 events, taking place during Oregon’s Invasive Weed Awareness Week, are hosted by members of the Benton County Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA). The mission of the Benton County CWMA is to coordinate community-based efforts against those invasive species that have the potential to cause ecological and economic harm in Benton County.

Location

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Time

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Bald Hill/ Mulkey Ridge (TBA) 9am – 3pm Greenbelt Land Trust, Heart of the Valley Runners, Benton County
Bowman Park 9am – 12pm Calapooia Watershed Council, South Albany HS Youth Watershed Council, City of Albany
Marys Peak 10am – 2pm AFRANA/Marys Peak Alliance, Siuslaw National Forest, Institute for Applied Ecology
Mill Race AM 9am – 12pm City of Corvallis, Corvallis Sustainability Coalition Water Action Team, Marys River Watershed Council
Mill Race PM 1pm – 5pm City of Corvallis, Corvallis Sustainability Coalition Water Action Team, Marys River Watershed Council
Simpson Park 9am – 12pm Calapooia Watershed Council, West Albany High School Environmental Club, City of Albany
Takena Landing Park 9am – 12pm City of Albany, Benton SWCD, Willamette Mainstem Cooperative, Willamette Restoration Partners
Witham Hill 9am – 12pm City of Corvallis Parks & Rec, Friends of Witham Oaks

Partnering Organizations
logos of all of the partners involved in the 2018 Let's Pull event.

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