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August 15, 2016  

2016 Invasive Plant Photo Contest is OPEN!

Submit up to three (3) photographs in each of two categories: 1) Invasive plants or 2). Invasive plant management in action for a chance to win a $200 gift certificate to REI or Forestry Suppliers! 
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RESOURCES FOR MANAGING WEEDS AFTER WILDFIRE

Invasive Plants of Idaho Newsletter

Features information on the influence of wildfire and roads on weed abundance and spread.

Managing Spotted Knapweed–Infested Rangeland after Wildfire

by Monica L. Pokorny, Jane M. Mangold, James Hafer, and M. Kirk Denny. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3(2):182-189. 2010 
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1614/IPSM-09-023.1

After the Smoke Clears –

Resources for Addressing Post-fire Weed Invasion and Expansion

A short list of literature reviews, handbooks, and recently published research provides a starting point for exploring issues and developing management guidelines related to invasive plants following wildfires. 
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