Staff from the Thompson-Nicola Regional District and Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will be working along the Coquihalla Highway between Merritt and Kamloops beginning next week.
They will be working to tackle invasive plants such as knapweed.
Invasive plants — plants not native to an area that can spread aggressively due to a lack of natural predators — have been identified along the northbound and southbound right-of-ways and centre meridian on the highway.
Transportation corridors are specifically vulnerable areas for invasive plants to fester, with the ability for them to be transported to other location by vehicles.
Crews will work Mondays to Thursdays from 5 a.m. to noon beginning June 19. The project will last for between two and three weeks.
For more information, go online to tnipmc.com.