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2014 Field Report

2014 Field Report
Kiran Pal-Pross - Tue Nov 04, 2014 @ 06:10PM
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The SSISC field crew carried out inventory, control and monitoring at 312 sites (199 sites by our four field employees, and 110 by a contracted biologist) throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor between June and September 2014.

Species removed manually included: Yellow Flag Iris, Scotch Broom, Purple Loosestrife, Cypress Spurge, Blueweed, Himalayan Blackberry, Diffuse Knapweed, Spotted Knapweed, Burdock, Perennial Sow Thistle, Hoary Alyssum, Lamium, English Holly, English Ivy, Oxeye Daisy, Canada Thistle, Bull Thistle, Himalayan Balsam, Small flowered touch me not, Spiny Sow Thistle, Common Periwinkle, Flat Pea, Canadian Horseweed, Spanish Broom, Orange Hawkweed and Bladder Campion.

Species treated chemically included: Japanese Knotweed, Giant Hogweed, Common Comfrey, and Orange Hawkweed.

SSISC’s field program was made possible by funding from the Community Foundation of Whistler; BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure; BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations; BC Parks; BC Hydro; FortisBC; Squamish Nation; District of Squamish; Resort Municipality of Whistler; Ashlu Creek Investments Limited Partnership and private landowners.

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