Gem County Noxious Weed Management

The Noxious Weed Department is implementing measures to reduce the risk of exposure and assure the safety of our personnel and the public.

In-office services at the Noxious Weed Department are now suspended until further notice.
Gem County is following the CDC and World Health Organization guidance and checking daily for updates and will be adjusting services to the public accordingly.
Noxious Weed Department can be contacted as follows:

Office: (208) 365-4201
FAX: (208) 365-2690

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Contact Gem County Noxious Weed Management

Jake Wyant
Gem County Weed Superintendent
125 E Dion Street
Emmett, Idaho  83617
Phone: (208) 365-4201
Fax: (208) 365-2690


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Boise County, Idaho
  • Gem County, Idaho
  • Valley County, Idaho

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Upper Payette Cooperative Weed Management Area - 2009 End of Year Report


The Upper Payette Cooperative Weed Management Area (UPCWMA) was developed to advance the effective treatment and coordinate control on a watershed scale. The UPCWMA has developed common management objectives, set realistic management priorities, and identified priority weed species.

The goals of the UPCWMA are:

  • Prevent the introduction, reproduction and spread of noxious weeds and invasive exotic  plants;
  • Reduce the extent and density of established noxious weeds to levels that are acceptable;
  • Implement the most economical and effective control methods for target weeds;
  • Implement an integrated management system using appropriate methods of treatment and control;
  • Educate the public as to the importance of proper weed management and get the needed media coverage to show what is being done