If you live along the Stillaguamish River and have knotweed, contact us for a knotweed assessment and treatment. We have the funding to assist Stillaguamish River landowners to control knotweed. After you have had knotweed treated on your land, you may be eligible to have the area replanted at no cost to you. The goal of this work is to improve water quality and salmon habitat in the Stillaguamish River.
Please contact Snohomish County if you are interested in having the knotweed gone and replanted with native trees and shrubs. (see sidebar)