2016 Fall Issue - Western Range & Wildlands Edition

2016 Fall Issue - Western Range & Wildlands Edition

IN THIS ISSUE: 

  • Twenty Years of Success: Managing Tansy Ragwort in Northwestern Montana ... 3
  • Controlling Tansy Ragwort in Natural Areas ... 4
  • Synthetic Auxin Herbicides Control Germinating Scotch Broom ... 7
  • Logging Debris and Herbicide Treatments for Controlling Scotch Broom... 8
  • Celebrating the Centennial: Volunteers Unite in Glacier National Park Weed BioBlitz ... 10
  • Managing Scotch thistle on Rangeland and Natural Areas ... 12
  • Saint Johnswort Biology, Impact and Management ...14
  • Enter Invasive Plant Photo Contest Until October 14 ... 2
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2016 Fall Issue - Prairie & Grasslands Edition

2016 Fall Issue - Prairie & Grasslands Edition

IN THIS ISSUE: 

  • Landowner-Hunter Partnership Supports Habitat Conservation ... 3
  • Integrative Management of Sericea Lespedeza in Prairie Restorations ... 6
  • Managing Sericea Lespedeza with Selective Herbicides ... 9
  • Managing Sweetclover in Natural Areas ... 10
  • Saint Johnswort Biology, Impact and Management ...12
  • Celebrating the Centennial: Volunteers Unite in Glacier National Park Weed BioBlitz ... 14
  • Enter Invasive Plant Photo Contest Until October 14 ...2
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2015 Fall Issue - Western Range & Wildlands Edition

2015 Fall Issue - Western Range & Wildlands Edition

In this issue: 

  • Fall Application Timing Controls Russian Knapweed in Wyoming Watershed
  • Partnerships Expand Invasive Plant Management in Dakota Prairie Grasslands
  • Early Detection and Control Stops Purple Starthistle Spread in Idaho
  • Are Fall Applications Effective on Perennial Invasive Plants? Experts Weigh In.
  • Mapping Invasive Plants Using Helmet Based Video System
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2013 Fall Newsletter

2013 Fall Newsletter

READ ABOUT: New strategies by the Catalina Island Conservancy to eliminate milk thistle from Santa Catalina Island, southwest of Los Angeles, California; The River to River Cooperative Weed Management Area in southern Illinois; A successful approach to controlling tamarisk in Utah's Buckhorn Wash; Identification and management of invasive knotweeds; Research supporting aquatic labeling of aminopyralid; and more!

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2013 Spring Newsletter, Western Edition

2013 Spring Newsletter, Western Edition

Read about:  Yosemite National Park and Interagency partners' efforts to tackle yellow starthistle in California, an innovative conservation approachs for Russian olive and saltcedar by the Missouri River Watershed Coalition, BLM and partners “Restore New Mexico” on a landscape scale, proper application timing for maximum invasive plant control with Milestone® herbicide, and invasive plant management in the Pacific Islands.

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2012 Spring Newsletter, Western Edition

2012 Spring Newsletter, Western Edition

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  • Wallowa Canyonlands Partnership uses a science-based approach for managing noxious weeds
  • Protecting watershed values in southeast Wyoming - Wyoming counties unite to control Russian olive and saltcedar along the North Platte River
  • Optimal herbicide application timing for Canada thistle control
  • Herbicide application timing critical to control exotic hawkweeds

 

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2011 Fall Newsletter

2011 Fall Newsletter

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  • Enhancing wildlife habitat through partnerships and perserverence: Committment is key to Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation conservation efforts
  • Establishing desirable grasses in Russian knapweed infested sites
  • Native grass establishment following herbicide applications
  • Fall application of Milestone herbicide to control key invasive weeds
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