Mapping invasive plants using a helmet based video system

Mapping invasive plants using a helmet based video system

Infested acreage and the time required to estimate it were compared for two inventory methods: a traditional method of mapping on foot with handheld GPS units versus an experimental method of recording video of infestations while riding a mountain bike.

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Update: Utah Tamarisk Control Project Gets Results

Update: Utah Tamarisk Control Project Gets Results

In June 2008, ArrowCorps5 Scouts, volunteers, and city, state, county and federal agencies joined forces to treat over 46 linear miles of tamarisk within three project areas. The five-day project involved a total of 400 Scouts, 110 agency personnel, and 50 volunteers. When the control project concluded, tamarisk plants within 13,850 acres of U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management land had been treated and controlled.

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