"Pull" that, plant this!
Noxious weeds are a huge problem throughout western Washington, including Mason County. They alter soil composition, outcompete native plants for resources, and often pose a health hazard to humans, pets, livestock, and/or wildlife. But many people are hesitant to remove invasive species from the landscape for various reasons, including their aesthetic appeal, berry production, and attraction to pollinators. Check out the graphic below for native plants that will provide many of the same benefits without the negative impact of these noxious weeds.