Chileno ranches get help with invasive weeds

Becky Wiegand - MALT

By Becky Wiegand, Manager, Digital Communications

January 19, 2023

With their bright array of yellows, pinks and purples, the thistles rapidly propagating in Marin County are lovely to look at. But to ranchers in need of healthy grasslands for their cattle, they are a menace.

The county is teaming up with the Marin Agricultural Land Trust to help Chileno Valley ranchers get rid 

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