San Francisco Bay Area Network Weed Watchers
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Weed Watchers patrol the roads and trails of the national parks in San Mateo, San Francisco, and Marin counties, detecting weeds as they first invade. Discovering weeds before they become well-established is critical to reducing damage to ecosystem integrity, preventing the loss of habitat for rare plants and animals, and preventing costly natural resource management.
Topic - invasive plants, weeds, non-native, mapping
Audience - hikers, botanists, GPS enthusiasts
Location - San Francisco Bay Area
Goals - mapping for restoration planning
Other - advanced training, 6-month commitment