Colusa, Glenn & Tehama Counties Weed Management Arealast updated: January 2012

Project Highlights:

   Sites Reservoir purple starthistle treatment

  • The WMA, in partnership with Colusa and Glenn County Agriculture Departments, is working to protect 300 gross acres of grazing rangelands near Sites Reservoir in Colusa County. The project area has been chemically treated to remove purple starthistle.

   Bear Creek arundo and tamarisk removal

  • One half mile of land along Bear Creek in Colusa County has been chemically treated for arundo and tamarisk to protect the riparian area. Plant material was removed after the chemical treatments. Project partners include Bureau of Land Management, Colusa County Resource Conservation District, CALFED Bay-Delta Program, and University of California, Davis.

   Lower Stony Creek arundo and tamarisk removal

  • Glenn County Resource Conservation District and a Landowner Advisory Committee made up of landowners and various agencies worked together to chemically treat 30 acres of arundo and tamarisk along Lower Stony Creek.

   Perennial pepperweed and barbed goatgrass treatment

  • Two current projects include control and eradication of perennial pepperweed in Glenn County and early detection and eradication of barbed goatgrass in Tehama, Glenn and Colusa Counties.


Contact Colusa, Glenn & Tehama Counties Weed Management Area

Contact Colusa, Glenn & Tehama Counties Weed Management Area

Jean Miller
Glenn County Agricultural Department
720 N Colusa St.
Willows, California  95988
Phone: 530-934-6501


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Glenn County, California

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