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Yellow signs along Highway 99

Yellow signs along Highway 99
Executive Director - Mon Jun 27, 2011 @ 12:15PM
Comments: 2

ATTENTION_knotweed_sign_in_canyon_trim_1.jpgIf you've travelled the Sea to Sky Highway you've probably noticed yellow signs posted by the side of the road.  These signs have been installed by the Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council and provided by the Ministry of Transportation.  Their purpose is to alert highway operators of Japanese knotweed locations so they don't get inadvertently mowed.  Japanese knotweed is one of the "worst species in the world"  (click here for more details) and mowing spreads the infestation.  Removal work along Highway 99 should be happening in the summer/fall of 2011. Contact us if you'd like any more information.

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1. Lisa E   |   Mon Jun 27, 2011 @ 12:35PM

We have a big growth of Knotweed beside the Stawamus River here in Valleycliffe that the District cuts back once or twice a year, only for it to grow back for course. The Knotweed forest is getting larger every year. It hasn't jumped across the dyke trail onto the riverbank yet but I am sure over time it will.

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