I am reshaping my back yard and need to get rid of quite a bit of English ivy. Herbicides are not an option. I don't mind just pulling it at the get-go, and will likely be doing some dozing, so getting it out of the immediate area should not be a problem (may take some time but that's OK). I am concerned about how to dispose of it without having it just take hold in areas I don't want it. I live on acreage and typically just dump plant material into low spots needing fill. I'm thinking this could be a recipe for disaster. Should I pile it up to dry out and then burn it? Any suggestions? I live in the Pacific Northwest and it is quite a problem in our woods, so I don't want to contribute to the spread.