Invasive Weed Management Program
Certified weed-free forage and straw is produced and available for sale in California! And we now have a supplier list!
A survey of weed-free forage suppliers and products has been completed by Wendy West and Becky Miller-Cripps, UCCE - Central Sierra, as part of the Yellow Starthistle "Stop the Spread into the Sierras" project.The weed free forage list was compiled by surveying County Agricultural Commissioners, which offer inspection services to certify materials as weed free. Certified weed-free forage is defined as: hay, feed, straw or straw mulch that has been inspected, and certified not to contain propagative plant parts or seeds of noxious weeds. The availability list is ready for use by land managers, project planners and recreationalist taking horses/livestock into the backcountry! (Read more...)
Lake Tahoe Basin
Invasive Weeds Identification Workshop:
Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Location: U.S.F.S. Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, Emerald Bay Conference Room, 35 College Drive, South Lake Tahoe.
UC Weed Research and Information Center - Weed identification tool, events, photo gallery and online education. The Weed Research and Information Center is an interdisciplinary collaboration that fosters research in weed management and facilitates distribution of associated knowledge for the benefit of agriculture and for the preservation of natural resources.
Would you like information about our workshops?
We offer workshops throughout the year on various subject matter such as, Pond Management, Invasive Weed Control, and Wildfire - Protecting Your Home, just to name a few. Please add your name to the Join our Mailing List on the top menu to receive information on our next workshop.