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English Ivy: The Hazards and Removal Strategies

IvyEnglish ivy is a vine from Western Europe, brought to the states for use as landscape plant. In regions such as ours, the ivy is an aggressive invader—escaping landscapes to overrun forest ecosystems. Plants common to our forest floors are not equipped to compete with the foreign habits of the ivy. English ivy now poses serious hazards to forested plant communities west of the Cascades.

Learn more about English ivy and how to remove it here.

  • The Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council serves to improve water quality and watershed conditions in the Coast Fork Willamette river basin through education, coordination, consultation and cooperation among all interests, using the collective wisdom and voluntary action of our community members.
  • The Cascadia Prairie-Oak Partnership is a community of people and organizations that are involved in prairie-oak conservation and species recovery efforts in western Cascadia.
  • Lomakatsi Restoration Project is dedicated to the regeneration and rehabilitation of watersheds within the greater Klamath/Siskiyou bioregion of Southwestern Oregon
  • Native Plant Society of Oregon is dedicated to the enjoyment, conservation, and study of Oregon’s native vegetation.
  • Friends of Hendricks Park assists with public education regarding restoration and preservation of natural areas.