(360) 504-3825
104 N Laurel St Suite
110 Port Angeles, WA 98362
(360) 504-3825
104 N Laurel St Suite
110 Port Angeles, WA 98362

Projects filed under: Noxious Weed Control

  • Pulling purple loosestrife out of an estuary in Everett.
Peninsula Urban Forestry planned and executed the removal of Class A noxious weeds Purple Loosetrife, Yellow Iris and Knotweed. The project was part of the Smith Island/Union Slough Restoration Project. The site, a restored estuary, was surveyed and weeds were manually removed to reduce the invasive spread and encourage native...

Client name

City of Everett

Skills

Ecosystem Management, Wetland, delineation, pond, management, farm, invasive, weeds, removal, restoration, treatment, habitat enhancement, duck.

Year

2018
While employed with the City of Olympia, John Bornsworth conducted a forest analysis with a habitat biologist. The project consisted of timber mapping, invasive species mapping, and native vegetation mapping. Together we identified and mapped associations between colonies of invasive English ivy and a reduced level of native tree recruitment....

Skills

Biological assessments and monitoring, Ecological investigations, Noxious weed management, GPS field collection & GIS/UAV mapping

Year

2018
  • Dungeness Farms wetland in Sequim, WA
Dungeness Farms in Sequim was suffering from Class A Invasive aquatic plants within its non-tidally influenced conservation wetland. We treat the wetland three to four times per year to reduce presence of the invasive plants. Spacing treatments helps avoid decaying plants from overly reducing dissolved oxygen levels in the aquatic...

Client name

Dungeness Farms

Skills

Aquatic weed removal, Biological assessments and monitoring, Herbicide applications, Noxious weed management, Wetland enhancement

Year

2018
  • U.S. Coast Guard bare ground treatment
Many facilities require vegetation free zones to ensure safe and easy accessibility for use and maintenance. This is especially true for critical infrastructure, like the U.S. Coast Guard communications facility that aids in at sea emergency response situations.  We maintain a weed free area and buffer at one such facility...

Skills

Herbicide applications, Noxious weed management

Year

2018
  • corrections center bare ground treatment
Clallam Bay Corrections Center requires a facility wide, 30-foot perimeter of bare-ground around their facility. We visit the facility twice per year, at times where we can spray effectively and appropriately to not harm other living plants, animals and insects in the vicinity. We use a 200-gallon sprayer for most...

Client name

Clallam Bay Corrections Center

Skills

Noxious weed management, Herbicide applications

Year

2018