Partnerships Expand Invasive Plant Management in Dakota Prairie Grasslands

Partnerships Expand Invasive Plant Management in Dakota Prairie Grasslands

THE RUGGED LANDSCAPE OF THE DAKOTA PRAIRIE NATIONAL GRASSLAND stretches over 1.2 million acres in two states. These grasslands support a diversity of uses including livestock grazing, wildlife habitat, paleontological and archeological digs, oil and gas production, and recreation.

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Countywide Cooperative Weed Management Area in Idaho’s Lemhi County Solidifies Weed Program

Countywide Cooperative Weed Management Area in Idaho’s Lemhi County Solidifies Weed Program

Strong Partnership is Key to Stretching Limited Resources -Rural lifestyles and agricultural roots run deep in Salmon, Idaho and throughout Lemhi County.

 

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Bighorn Sheep and Elk Habitat Enhancement Project

Bighorn Sheep and Elk Habitat Enhancement Project

Stucky Ridge, a series of grassy, wind-blown benches and timbered gulches located near Anaconda in southwestern Montana, provides critical winter range for elk, mule deer, and bighorn sheep, and is an important rutting and calving area for elk.

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