Forest and native plant nursery propagation, outplanting, and establishment including biophysical and physiological limitations and adaptations within each system.
The Intertribal Nursery Council is a USDA Forest Service managed, tribally guided, organization for advancing the interests of native peoples involved with plant production in nurseries. Key issues include technology transfer and sharing, conservation education, preservation of traditional ecological knowledge, reforestation, restoration, and nursery training. The Council meets annually, holding information sharing meetings and nursery training workshops.
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USDA Forest Service: Reforestation, Nurseries, & Genetics Resources
Research Plant Physiologist, Tribal Nursery Specialist
1221 South Main Street
Rocky Mountain Research Station
Moscow, Idaho 83843 Phone: