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Weed Control Board

The Board is composed of five voting members, each representing a different area of the county.  These members are appointed to the Board by the county commissioners. Four of the five board members are required to be engaged in the primary production of agricultural products.  Each board member serves on the board as an unpaid  volunteer.  The WSU Cooperative Extension agent also serves as a non-voting member of the board.

The Board establishes policies and procedures that will carry out the mandates of the  state weed control law, Chapter 17.10 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW). The board employs a coordinator who educates and informs the public about noxious  weeds, conducts on-going early detection surveys, and assists landowners in developing control strategies. If land owners are unwilling to voluntarily comply with  the state weed law, then the board may use the enforcement provisions of the law.

Members of the Board

Fred Grant - Geographical Area 1 (East county line to the Dungeness River).  Appointment runs until July 1, 2023.

Eric Adolphsen- Geographical Area 2 (Dungeness River to Morse Creek). Appointment runs until July 1, 2023.

Roberta Stoneman- Geographical Area 3 (Morse Creek to the Elwha River, through Lake Crescent, Lake Sutherland and additional lands in townships 29, 30, and 31). Appointment runs until July 1, 2025. 

Dan Peacock - Geographical Area 4 (Northern coastal area from Angeles Point.  This includes Joyce, Sekiu, Clallam and Neah Bay). Appointment runs until July 1, 2025.

Bruce Paul - Geographical Area 5 (Western coastal area including the areas around Forks, Beaver, La Push, Bogachiel and Sappho). Appointment runs until July 1, 2023.

Clea Rome- The WSU Cooperative Extension agent is a non-voting (ex-officio) member who serves as an advisor to the board.


Cathy Lucero, Coordinator

Joe Reynolds, Weed Control Specialist
Todd Coward, Noxious Weed Inspector

Board Meetings

Weed Board meetings are held four times a year; January, April, July and October.  Follow the following links for the current year meeting schedule and the agenda for the upcoming meeting. Meetings are generally held in the Health and Human Services Meeting Room, which is downstairs in the Court House basement.  Please be sure to verify  the meeting location by calling the Noxoius Weed Control Office at 360-417-2442 prior to the meeting you wish to attend.