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It’s a serious problem. Noxious weeds injure natural ecosystems and interfere with land uses and water resources. Noxious weeds decrease your property’s value dramatically. It’s very important to get control of these highly-invasive non-native weeds before they spread. It’s time to reclaim your valuable land from noxious weeds!

Turkey Creek CD has an arsenal of tools to get noxious weeds under control. Don’t hesitate to discover the most hassle-free way to deal with your invasive weed problem. Cost-share is 50% whether you do the job your yourself or hire a licensed contractor.

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If you live in Pueblo County, CO, and are sick and tired of putting up with invasive weeds on your property, viewing this site is a crucial first step to solving your problem.

Turkey Creek Conservation District is Pueblo County’s noxious weed management expert. The District is contracted by Pueblo County to provide a noxious weed control program. We are funded to assist landowners who are motivated to free themselves of noxious weeds once and for all.

Target Species

  • Myrtle Spurge  (Euphorbia myrsinites)
  • Yellow Starthistle  (Centaurea solstitialis) 
  • Canada Thistle  (Cirsium arvense)
  • Diffuse Knapweed  (Centaurea diffusa)
  • Eurasian Watermilfoil  (Myriophyllum spicatum)
  • Hoary Cress  (Cardaria draba)
  • Houndstongue  (Cynoglossum officinale)
  • Leafy Spurge  (Euphorbia esula)
  • Musk Thistle  (Carduus nutans)
  • Perennial Pepperweed  (Lepidium latifolium)
  • Russian Knapweed  (Acroptilon repens)
  • Russian Olive Tree  (Elaeagnus angustifolia)
  • Saltcedar/Tamarisk  (Tamarix sp.)
  • Scotch Thistle  (Onopordum acanthium)
  • Scotch/Taurian Thistle  (Onopordum tauricum)
  • Teasel  (Dipsacus fullonum, D. laciniatus)

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