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Weed Detection Dog Finds NO New Woad! 0

Weed Detection Dog Finds NO New Woad!

Wednesday July 9th.  With a sigh of relief, staff from PCWP learned that “Lilly” an Invasive Weed Detection Dog from Working Dogs for Conservation  didn’t locate any Dyer’s woad at a previous known location in the Shoshone National...

Help Stop the Spread of Dalmatian toadflax! 0

Help Stop the Spread of Dalmatian toadflax!

A wolf in sheeps clothing! Conditions have been perfect for our old nemesis Dalmatian toadflax.  If you have this insidious species on your property, please contact us for treatment options!  At a minimum, please keep this invader from...

Greater Yellowstone Xeriscape Guide 0

Greater Yellowstone Xeriscape Guide

Looking to Landscape with less water?  Here is another great resource from the Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee (Sustainable Operations Subcommittee).

Wilderness Invasion and the Invasive Species Challenge 0

Wilderness Invasion and the Invasive Species Challenge

One of our Wyoming Invasive Species Awareness Week activities.  If you enjoy and value our great natural resources this event is for you!  Join PCWP for a screening of “Wilderness Invasion”  a short film by award winning Director...

RENTAL EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE 0

RENTAL EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE

It’s not too early to start thinking about weed and pest control! From 200 gallon slide in or pull behind sprayers, to backpack sprayers, drop seeders, or bait spreaders we have the tools you...

Cindy Geissler First to Receive $100 REWARD for Report of Yellow Toadflax 0

Cindy Geissler First to Receive $100 REWARD for Report of Yellow Toadflax

Cindy Geissler is the first person to recieve a reward under PCWP’s new program that encourages citizens to be on the look-out for invasive plant species. For reporting a new infestation of yellow toadflax, Geissler...

Just Say NO to Hitchhikers! 0

Just Say NO to Hitchhikers!

Heading to the hills to hunt or just enjoy fall in Wyoming?  If so, please read the report by MSU on how weed seeds can be spread by your activities in the backcountry. Weed Seed...

GYCC Cooperative Invasive Species Work Days

Media Release for Aug. 10, 2013 Boots on the Ground Cooperative weed fighting effort hosted by Park County Weed and Pest helps protect Beartooth Mountains from invasive species. Link to photos and captions: Boots on the...

WILDERNESS INVASION 0

WILDERNESS INVASION

WILDERNESS INVASION Wild habitats are at risk from invasive and noxious weeds that we are bringing into our public lands. Developed by Insight Creative Independent