Learn about noxious weeds at local farmers markets and fairs

(Note:  Updated on July 13 with the upcoming schedule) King County noxious weed specialists will be on hand to answer questions about invasive plants and noxious weeds at a variety of farmers markets and fairs this summer. They will have live weed specimens on display to help with identification and plenty of informative weed guides and fact sheets about noxious weeds. Sometimes the only way to learn a plant is to see it live, so this is a great opportunity for people to find out about these obnoxious plants so they can stop them from taking over. We will also have free pollinator seed packets and other materials to give away. See our Fairs and Events calendar for the whole schedule.  In July and August, find us at these places:

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Noxious weed specialist Mary Fee talks to market visitors at the Burien Farmers Market. Photo by Sasha Shaw.



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  1. Come to Magnolia! Lots of avid gardeners here. Lots of wild green space.

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