Let's Pull Together to remove weeds from the places we love!
On bring your friends, your family, your group, and join in at any one of eight Let’s Pull Together locations! Site coordinators and on-site noxious weed experts will assist you in identifying native plants and noxious weeds.
The events, taking place during Oregon’s Invasive Weed Awareness Week, are hosted by members of the Benton County Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA). The mission of the Benton County CWMA is to coordinate community-based efforts against those invasive species that have the potential to cause ecological and economic harm in Benton County.
Find the perfect event for you and your group:
- Marys Peak - Philomath
- Marys River Park - Philomath
- Bowman Park - Albany
- Bryant Park - Albany
- Mill Race (Morning) - Corvallis
- Mill Race (Afternoon) - Corvallis
- Save Our Grand Oaks! - Corvallis
- Pull Together for Trails - Corvallis
- Peavy Arboretum - Corvallis
Benton County CWMA members hosting sites include the Alliance for Recreation and Natural Areas/Marys Peak Alliance, Benton County, Benton Soil and Water Conservation District, City of Albany, City of Corvallis, City of Philomath, Calapooia Watershed Council, Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, Grand Oaks Neighborhood, Greenbelt Land Trust, Heart of the Valley Runners, Institute for Applied Ecology, Marys River Watershed Council, OSU Research Forest, Siuslaw National Forest, South Albany High School Youth Watershed Council, Sustainability Coalition Water Action Team, Willamette Mainstem Cooperative, and Willamette Restoration Volunteers.