Invasive Species Resources

 

Invasive species, including noxious weeds and forest pests, can be a significant nuisance and pose a huge threat to the health and productivity of forest ecosystems. Weeding out invasive plants like English ivy and combatting forest pests like the Emerald Ash borer are vital to protecting your investment and safeguarding your forest’s future. These resources can help you identify invaders in your forest, learn more about their impact, and help you identify the most efficient and effective way to remove them.

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Forest Recipes for the Adventurous

You’ve probably heard of stinging nettle tea — how about stinging nettle pesto? Japanese knotweed hummus? These six recipes draw from the bounty found in Pacific Northwest forests – both wild and urban lands.

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Member Spotlight: Smelling the Forest for the Trees

Brothers Jim and Ed Merzenich, along with Jim’s wife, Karen Wilson, steward Oak Basin Tree Farm: nearly 1,000 acres in the Coburg Hills outside of Brownsville, Oregon at the south end of the Willamette Valley. Oak Basin Tree Farm is Forest Stewardship Council® certified through NNRG’s group certificate.

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