Early Detection News, July 2017

Purple flowers of an everlasting pea plant
Everlasting pea plant at John Muir National Historic Site.

NPS / Nick Graver

A new edition of Early Detection News for July 2017 is now available. Brought to you by the Invasive Species Early Detection Program (ISED) and Weed Watchers, this newsletter has the latest on invasive plants in the Bay Area. Highlights in this issue include:

  • Two yellow starthistle populations mapped and removed in Point Reyes National Seashore and Golden Gate National Recreation Area
  • New patch of finestem needlegrass found at John Muir National Historic Site
  • Expanding infestations of stinkwort mapped in John Muir National Historic Site
  • ISED joined a coordinated effort to map the current extent of the perennial pepperweed infestation in Tomales Bay
  • Significant number of new observations of everlasting pea recorded in the Stewart Trail/Wildcat Camp area of Point Reyes

Last updated: August 31, 2017