Don't Let The Ivy Monster Win!
Ivy, blackberries, holly, laurel, and other invasive species are a big problem for Seattle's urban forest. These problem plants exist everywhere on both public and private property. Invasive plants are smothering Seattle's trees and other beneficial plants and are degrading our green spaces.
We need everyone's help to clear invasives from Seattle so that our trees and other benefical plants can grow and thrive. Great ways to this are by volunteering at a Green Seattle Parntership event to restore our parks, joining a Tree Ambassador neighborhood restoration event, or working in your own yard to remove invasive species.
Explore the links to the left to learn more about how we can all work together to control invasive species in Seattle.
Invasive Species Removal
Noxious Weed Identification Tool
Northwest Native Plant Guide
Green Cities Partnerships