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We now carry a variety of different grass seed mixes! 0

We now carry a variety of different grass seed mixes!

An important component of an integrated weed management plan is maintaining desirable vegetation.  With that in mind, we currently stock 24# bags of 4 different grass seed mixes (locally sourced) including the following: Irrigated...

National Trails Day!  June 3rd 2017 Report 0

National Trails Day! June 3rd 2017 Report

National Trails Day – 2017 BLM Cody Field Office  On June 3rd, 2017, the BLM Cody Field Office and the Park County Weed and Pest hosted National Trails Day at Sheep Mountain, located along...

Local Vendors Help to Raise over $1K towards WY Weed and Pest Council Scholarships! 0

Local Vendors Help to Raise over $1K towards WY Weed and Pest Council Scholarships!

Hats off to our awesome local vendors that helped to raise over $1K towards the WY Weed and Pest Council Scholarship Fund.  The following businesses either donated goods for the raffle or provided goods...

Rep. Dan Laursen (Powell) and Sen. Dave Kinskey (Sheridan) receive awards at 72nd Wyoming Weed & Pest Council Fall Conference Held Nov.1-3 in Cody, WY. 0

Rep. Dan Laursen (Powell) and Sen. Dave Kinskey (Sheridan) receive awards at 72nd Wyoming Weed & Pest Council Fall Conference Held Nov.1-3 in Cody, WY.

https://parkcountyweeds.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/2016-guy-haggard.pdf

What’s the Difference Between “Certified” Weed Free Forage and Quarantine Released Forage? 0

What’s the Difference Between “Certified” Weed Free Forage and Quarantine Released Forage?

Do you know what the difference is between these two forage products?  Did you know that all farm products in Park County including hay are quarantined?  Click here to get the scoop on both...

25% Cost Share Available to Landowners Impacted by Whit or Hunter Peak Fires to Purchase in Stock Grass Seed Mixes from PCWP! 0

25% Cost Share Available to Landowners Impacted by Whit or Hunter Peak Fires to Purchase in Stock Grass Seed Mixes from PCWP!

While many areas of these fires may have seen quick burn over and may recover quickly on their own, some areas may need some re-seeding to prevent erosion as well as invasion from weeds, both noxious and...

Calling All Amateur Photographers! 0

Calling All Amateur Photographers!

Photos Needed! Would you like to have your artwork displayed in a BIG way for free? Park County Weed and Pest Control District wants your photos of scenes from the Northfork!  Landscape, wildlife, with or...

Aquatic Invasive Species-Keep ’em Out! 0

Aquatic Invasive Species-Keep ’em Out!

A great video that features the Snake River.  No known infestations of these invasive mussels have been found in WY: however, they are in neighboring states.  A lot is at stake here!  If you...

Got Weeds?  Winter is the Perfect Time to Set Some Goals for 2016. 0

Got Weeds? Winter is the Perfect Time to Set Some Goals for 2016.

The folks at TechLine Invasive Plant News also have some great tips on developing a plan to battle weed issues.  Check out their latest article “Setting Realistic Weed Management Resolutions“.

Cost Share Programs Help Take the Sting Out of Thistle Control 0

Cost Share Programs Help Take the Sting Out of Thistle Control

Most noxious weeds are covered under PCWP Board actions.