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Calawah River Knotweed Removal (2006NPCLE-2)

Status: Active - started on 6/1/2006 Project details Show on map Knotweed elimination is an important factor in preserving habitat for fish species. It is also important for elk and deer and other species that forage on the floodplain, where knotweed is out-competing native vegetation.Both the North Fork and South Fork of the Calawah River originate in the Olympic National Park. They converge close to the town of Forks and the Calawah flows into the Bogachiel on the west side of Forks. The Calawah is 31 miles in length, with a drainage basin of 133...read more

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