In 2011, the Klondike Gold Rush National historical Park worked
with the Alaska Exotic Plant Management Team to control existing
invasive plant infestations and prevent their spread through the
park and into the surrounding undeveloped wildlands. The approach
to invasive plant management focuses on early detection and
eradication in backcountry and undeveloped from country areas and
containment on road systems and in the town of Skagway. 2011 was
the 8th year of the program and program crewmembers, park staff and
volunteers devoted approximately 1,120 hours to managing invasive
species found in and around Skagway and Dyea. These efforts are
detailed in this work.
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