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Storz PondCity of Woodland Storz Pond Weed Management

Project Summary
Type Non-Native Invasive Species Mgmt.
Project Lead Chris Robbins
Partner City of Woodland

Project Overview

The Yolo County Resource Conservation District will work under a Memorandum of Understanding to provide maintenance and vegetation enhancement at the City of Woodland’s storm water detention pond. The purpose of the project is to provide ongoing maintenance of the Storz Pond. This will consist of two primary tasks Management and Maintenance. Management will consist of Administration, planning and coordination. Maintenance will include mowing and herbicide spraying.

Project Description

Start date May 2010
End date On-going
Type of Activity
  • Mowing of grassy areas 1 to 2 times per year,
  • Spot-treatment of non-native/invasive weeds 2 times per year with an herbicide approved for use around wetlands (Glyphosate product such as Aquamaster®), or other herbicides as appropriate to species present,
  • Monitoring of treatment success and re-treatment as necessary,
  • Trimming and/or pruning of plant material annually if needed using line-trimmers, saws and pruners.
Goals The long term goal is to reduce or eliminate non-native and invasive plants species and to enhance native plant populations.


Site Name

Storz Pond

Address Behind (west of) 1556 Springlake Court, Woodland, CA 95776
Size (acres) 19 acres