Lemhi County Cooperative Weed Management Area: 2009 End-of-Year Report
By: Lemhi County Cooperative Weed Management Area
The Lemhi County Cooperative Weed Management Area (LCWMA) was developed in 2001 to address noxious weed issues affecting Federal, State and private land while erasing property boundaries.
The goal of the Lemhi CWMA is to bring together individuals, agencies and organizations responsible for and interested in invasive plant species to coordinate management activities throughout Lemhi County. The primary purpose of the Lemhi CWMA is to promote efficient and effective integrated weed management. The Lemhi CWMA emphasizes all aspects of integrated weed management, including education, prevention, early detection, inventory, various treatment methods and monitoring.
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