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Tansy Ragwort can destroy many native habitats and wetlands. One plant may produce upto 150,000 seeds which can remain viable for up to 15 years.
Chickory, Tansy Ragwort and rush skeleton weed infestations can dominate natural landscapes and out compete many native vegetation.
Hagerman Fish & Game fish Hatchery Awareness Workshop (invasive species zebra mussel found at local fish hatchery)
Hagerman Fish & Game fish Hatchery Awareness Workshop (invasive species zebra mussel found at local fish hatchery)
Hagerman Fish & Game fish Hatchery Awareness Workshop (invasive species zebra mussel found at local fish hatchery)
Hagerman Fish & Game fish Hatchery Awareness Workshop (invasive species zebra mussel found at local fish hatchery)
Upper Snake River Invasive Species Project (local agencies and private citizens surveying the Snake River for Eurasian Watermilfoil and Hydrilla)
Upper Snake River Invasive Species Project (local agencies and private citizens surveying the Snake River for Eurasian Watermilfoil and Hydrilla)
Upper Snake River Invasive Species Project (local agencies and private citizens surveying the Snake River for Eurasian Watermilfoil and Hydrilla)
This sign was developed in partnership with ITD and Boise County and is displayed at the top of Horseshoe Bend Hill pull out off SH-55.
This poster was produced in partnership with ISDA, Idaho Invasive Species Council, Idaho Weed Awareness Campaign, Idaho Department of commerce, Idaho State Parks & Recreation and is displayed at Idaho's rest areas and other locations.
This is a CWMA Work Day near Mud Lake (along SH-33). Partners include ITD, Bonneville County, BLM, Field & Game, and private land owners.
This is a CWMA Work Day near Mud Lake (along SH-33). Partners include ITD, Bonneville County, BLM, Field & Game, and private land owners.
This is a CWMA Work Day near Mud Lake (along SH-33). Partners include ITD, Bonneville County, BLM, Field & Game, and private land owners.
This is a biological control workshop with multiple partners including state and federal agencies and private citizens helping to collect purple loosestrife beetles.
This is a biological control workshop with multiple partners including state and federal agencies and private citizens helping to collect purple loosestrife beetles.

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