In Pend Oreille County, we have 37 Class I weeds for 2015 and another 20 known to grow in the county.  Our top ten weeds of concern that we can really use your help with in identifying locations and controlling are:


We are here to help you identify and control weeds. If you would like to try the State Weed Boards Online weed identifier, click here.

For an online version of the Aquatic Plants Identification Manual, click here.

The Pend Oreille County Weed Board is charged by Washington state law with the cooperative control and management of noxious weeds. Through education, outreach and management measures, the board protects the Pend Oreille county ecosystem for everyone’s use and economic benefit. Weed Board offices are open and personnel in office available for consultation Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-5pm.