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Rangeland - Salmon River Valley Idaho

Collaboration is the Key to Resiliency

To preserve the landscape of the Salmon River Valley in Idaho for future generations, it’s important to control winter annual grasses and noxious weeds. A coordinated effort between federal, state and local agencies is having success controlling and preventing invasive weeds, helping ensure that the land will be viable for big game, ranchers and their livestock, as well as for recreation enthusiasts for years to come.

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Protecting Big Game Habitats in Idaho

A collaborative approach in Idaho is helping to control cheatgrass and other invasives to improve big game populations and reduce wildfire risks, protecting an area important to tourists and ranchers.

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