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Be Sure to Like and Follow Us on Facebook! 0

Be Sure to Like and Follow Us on Facebook!

Be Sure to Like and Follow Us on Facebook! Our Facebook page has current invasive species news and other posts of interest to those dealing with invasive species or want to protect our natural...

Governor Gordon Launches Invasive Species Initiative 0

Governor Gordon Launches Invasive Species Initiative

Governor Gordon launches Invasive Species Initiative Oct 3, 2019 Gov. Mark Gordon is serious about the impacts regarding invasive terrestrial species. True to his word, he is proactively addressing the issue and plans to make...

Fall Weed Control 0

Fall Weed Control

Fall is the perfect time to get a jump on next years weeds, especially those complex perennial weeds that spread from the root system. Check out the October 2017  issue of the Thistle for...

Invasive Annual Grasses Gaining a Foothold in NE Wyoming! 0

Invasive Annual Grasses Gaining a Foothold in NE Wyoming!

And you thought cheatgrass was bad!  Another reason to embrace Play, Clean, Go in Wyoming!  (Or Work, Hunt, Ride, etc.!)  If you find suspicious looking plants, report them to your local Weed and Pest District...

Need Continuing CEU’s for Commercial Pesticide License? Initial Certification?  Don’t Miss These Opportunities. 0

Need Continuing CEU’s for Commercial Pesticide License? Initial Certification? Don’t Miss These Opportunities.

2019 Initial Training/Recertification Training for Commercial Applicators will be held in Casper, WY January 22-24th 2019  at the Ramkota Inn.  Individuals who apply restricted-use pesticides must be certified to do so under the Federal...

It’s Not Too Late for Fall Weed Control 0

It’s Not Too Late for Fall Weed Control

There’s still time to fight your weeds (Powell Tribune) By Mary McKinney Guest columnist No doubt about it, the crisp change in the weather has us thinking about hunting, harvests, football and those darn...

Got Cheatgrass?  Act Now! 0

Got Cheatgrass? Act Now!

Cheatgrass control can be obtained but may be a labor intensive project!  Integrated management is necessary for success in dealing with this invader.  A winter annual, it usually germinates late summer or early fall. ...

EEK!  New Pest Species Discovered in Washakie County! 0

EEK! New Pest Species Discovered in Washakie County!

According to Jarrod Glanz-Supervisor of Washakie County Weed and Pest District, a new pest species has been identified in Wyoming earlier this month in Washakie County. There have been around 10 reports of the new...