Congratulations to the Gorse Action Group!

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Earlier this week, the Gorse Action Group (GAG) signed a Declaration of Cooperation (DOC) to address the issue of controlling ---and eradicating--- Gorse. This noxious weed introduced to Bandon in the 1890s rapidly invades land, creating a very thorny problem for parks, roadsides, ranches, farms, and forests. It is also highly flammable and one of the most difficult weeds to manage in the world. This is a serious issue for the vitality of the South Coast, and anywhere else that Gorse spreads!

Join the fight against Gorse - check out the GorseActionGroup.org website for more information. 

 Mary Schamehorn, Mayor of Bandon, seen signing the DOC.

Mary Schamehorn, Mayor of Bandon, seen signing the DOC.

 Jim Seeley, Executive Director of the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance and Co-convener of the Oregon Solutions Gorse Project, seen signing the DOC.

Jim Seeley, Executive Director of the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance and Co-convener of the Oregon Solutions Gorse Project, seen signing the DOC.

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