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Setting realistic management goals, annual sweepstakes winner, 2016 preview.
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Setting Realistic Weed Management Resolutions
for 2016

The middle of winter is an excellent time to evaluate past weed management efforts and set some realistic goals or resolutions for the upcoming field season. It is also a good time to identify management constraints—such as environmental, financial, social, or operational—that need to be resolved before spring. 
 
Here are some resources to help establish program goals, and support planning and decision-making to meet your conservation targets!
Resources for Planning and Assessing Your Invasive Plant Management Program >
Integrated Invasive Plant Management and the Role of Herbicides >

Sweepstakes Winnings Help New Mexico Weed Coordinator Expand Reach, Saves Time and Money


Congratulations to Rebecca Healy for winning TechLine’s $200 sweepstakes. 

Rebecca is the Noxious Weed Coordinator for the Chaves Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) in Roswell, and Hagerman/Dexter SWCD in Hagerman and Dexter, New Mexico. TechLine’s $200 prize will help Healy address equipment limitations for one of their largest annual projects, Russian Knapweed control on the Hagerman Canal. READ MORE about Healy’s program and how she chose to spend her winnings >

This year’s winner was selected randomly from a pool of survey and quiz participants. NOTE: 2016 sweepstakes is replaced with TechLine’s new annual photo contest. LEARN MORE >

New Success Stories. New Research. New Year. Coming in 2016

Protecting the High Country in Southwestern Colorado
Oxeye Daisy Biology and Management
Twenty Years of Success: Managing Tansy Ragwort in Northwestern Montana
Controlling Tansy Ragwort in Natural Areas
Landowner-Hunter Partnership Supports Habitat Conservation: Controlling Invasive Plants Enhances Diversity
Impact of Canada Thistle Cover on Plant Community Structure in Early Stage Prairie Restoration
Managing Musk Thistle in Kansas
Scotch Thistle Management in the West
Nozzles: Small in Size. Big in Importance
Professional insights on sprayer nozzle selection, maintenance, and operation
2016 Fall Photo Contest
More innovative research and science-based tips for managing key invasive plants
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