What do I do if I have noxious weeds in the roadside?
Hardin County manages over 6000 acres of roadside spread over 2000 miles of road. The IRVM Program manages noxious and invasive species in the roadside with several management tools. If an infestation of a state or county listed noxious weed is present in the County roadside, the County Weed Commissioner should be contacted. For more information, you can contact the County Weed Commissioner.

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1. What is roadside wildlife habitat?
2. Can I plant native plants in my roadside? What are the policies/procedures?
3. What can I plant into the Right of Way?
4. Who do I call if I have a road visibility/other concern?
5. What do I do if I have noxious weeds in the roadside?
6. How do I get a "Do Not Spray" sign?