Weed Control Officer
ND Law 63-01.1-01.
Control and eradication of noxious weeds.
shall be the duty of every person in charge of or in possession of land in this
state, whether as landowner, lessee, renter, or tenant, under statutory
authority or otherwise, to eradicate or to
control the spread of noxious weeds
on those lands.
Being stated in North Dakota law listed
above it is required that noxious species be
controlled in all land in the
state of North Dakota it is the effort of McKenzie
County Weed Control to
facilitate a plan of action in the effort to control
and eradicate noxious
on properties in McKenzie County.
THIS FORM IS A
MANAGEMENTS TEMPLATE THAT IS SPECIFICALLY
DESIGNED FOR LARGE PROPERTIES/AREAS.
McKenzie County Weed Control
recognizes and complies with North Dakota Noxious
Weed Law and all of its
responsibilities and authority. A copy
of North Dakota’s
noxious weed law can be obtained in its entirety from the McKenzie County Weed
Control Office upon request.
The goals of McKenzie County Weed Control
are as such:
manage the spread of noxious weeds while developing aneffective
term integrated weedmanagement plan that implements chemical, cultural,
biological and mechanical weed control.
increase awareness and educate the citizens of McKenzie County about
the impact of noxious weeds, the North Dakota Noxious weed law and
weed control techniques.
build and implement programs that foster cooperative efforts between
agencies and individuals on noxious weed control issues.
containing and wherever possible eradicating infestations of
noxious weeds in McKenzieCounty
noxious weeds on lands owned or controlled by the county
within the confines of the district, and along county, state
rights-of-ways, stockpiles and holding areas.
and redistributing approved Biological Control Agents.
and promoting proper chemical, mechanical and cultural control agents.
educational presentations and information.
programs to help residents in McKenzieCounty manage noxious
combinations of these and/or other noxious weed control
and practices to work together to manage noxious
1. Absinth Wormwood 2. Canada thistle
3. Dalmation toadflax 4. Diffuse knapweed
5. Field Bindweed 6. Leafy Spurge
7. Musk thistle 8. Purple loosestrife
9. Russian knapweed 10.
11. Burdock 12.
13.Yellow Toadflax 14.
15. Spotted knapweed 16.