2004 Issues of TechLine News

Winter 2004-2005

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  • Leafy spurge threatens habitat: Integrated management benefits range, sage grouse
  • Comparative herbicide study in riparian area: Research yields management strategies
  • Yellow toadflax management in forest and wilderness: Forest Service managers throw everything at invasives and never quit
  • Research points to management options: Effect of herbicide treatments on Dalmatian toadflax establishment and spread in burned forest sites
  • Public, private, county, forest cooperation succeeds: Forest Service partners to achieve success

Winter 2003-2004 
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  • Integration, perseverance key successful vegetation management programs
  • Wildlife habitat improves with herbicide treatment vs. fire: Native species respond when sagebrush is thinned or controlled
  • Public involved in integrated weed control efforts: Cooperative weed management area for 2.3 million acres
  • Hand pulling works best in conjunction with other methods: Hand pulling project gains public involvement in weed control
  • A critical resource preserved: Invasives threaten watershed and wildlife habitat
Fall 2004
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  • Native species respond better to integrated approach: Russian knapweed management in riparian areas improves wildlife habitat
  • Landowners band together to fight riparian invasive species: Coordination, cooperation make difficult projects possible
  • Program builds weed awareness: AAW reaches out to outdoor enthusiasts and anglers
  • Invasive vegetation management improves habitat on snake river: River cooridors provide valuable wildlife habitat
  • Weed-free gravel slows weed spread: Yellowstone pit survey builds partnerships with operators
  • Hybrid species of Tamarisk pose special challenge: Researchers, land managers seek effective solutions