Local weed boards and districts provide many services to the communities they serve, including:
- Early detection surveys designed to identify noxious weed in the early stages of invasion, before large-scale resource damage occurs;
- Technical assistance and education on noxious weeds, prevention strategies and control options for landowners;
- Enforcement of noxious weed control responsibilities to ensure resource protection and uniform standards; and
- Local flexibility and the ability to address local weed control priorities.
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