Summer Weed Spraying Program Gets Underway

As part of the County's annual weed control program, crews will be spraying noxious weeds in Divisions 1, 4, and 9 from June to September this year. Weed spraying helps protect native plants, crop lands, and wildlife habitats from being displaced by problem weeds.

Early detection and rapid response is the most effective method of managing invasive weeds. In addition to annual spraying, the County uses a team of seasonal weed inspectors and technology that tracks infestations to maintain an effective, long-term weed control program.​

For more information, please call Agricultural Services at 403-230-1401 or visit​

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