Fall rain and cooler temperatures provide good conditions for extending the herbicide application season. The following species and many others can be effectively controlled in the fall. Follow the links for control recommendations for each species.Read More
FREMONT COUNTY WEED AND PEST CONTROL DISTRICT AND THE U.S. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM) TEAMED UP WITH THE WYOMING GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
and others to keep invasive plants out of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) habitat.
The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program is recognized as a leader in cooperative conservation. Established by the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) 25 years ago, the Partners Program has worked with over 45,000 private landowners and restored or enhanced about 1.1 million wetland acres, 3.4 million upland acres and 9,700 miles of stream habitat nationwide. These conservation projects were possible through voluntary agreements with landowners and over 3,100 partnering organizationsRead More
The Rocky Mountain Front is one of the "last best places" to hunt, fish, watch wildlife, and raise livestock. It is also the place where you find ranchers laboring next to college students, hunters, anglers, hikers and public land managers under a common goal to help rid the Rocky Mountain Front of noxious weeds.Read More
Commitment is Key to Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Conservation Efforts - The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) is celebrating 27 years of protecting and enhancing habitat to ensure the future of elk and other wildlife.