This year brought a bumper crop of weeds

20th August, 2015 by

By scott miller

EAGLE COUNTY — Scott Griffin is a man constantly on the move these days — even the long days of summer aren’t quite enough.Griffin the vegetation management specialist for Eagle County. His job is to identify, then kill, patches of invasive weeds. Griffin and his seasonal crew spray, mow, shovel and otherwise cut down weeds including Canada thistle, Russian knapweed and leafy spurge along roadways, in county open space and, sometimes, in cooperation with state and federal agencies.Invasive weeds sometimes look the part — the Canada thistle is an unsightly thing. Other species may look pleasant enough, but all those …

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