Boise Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area

The Boise Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area (BBCWMA) was established in the early summer of 2000. The goal is to create an effective, integrated weed management program in the Boise Basin that included the North and Middle Forks of the Boise River and the Mores and Grimes Creek drainages. The BBCWMA covers approximately 838,540 acres in Boise and Elmore Counties, Idaho. The BBCWMA brings landowners and managers together in cooperation to address noxious weed problems in the basin. Cooperators include Boise and Elmore Counties, Boise National Forest, B ureau of Land Management, the Idaho State Departments of Lands, Transportation, Agriculture and Fish and Game and most importantly, Private Land Owners. 

County Contact Information
County: Gem County Extension Office
Address: 2199 S. Johns
Emmett, ID  83617-9496
Phone:(208) 365-6363
Fax:(208) 365-1235
Email: gem@uidaho.edu
Web Address: http://www.extension.uidaho.edu/gem/
 


Contact Boise Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area


Contact Boise Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area

Mike Bottoms, Executive Board
Boise County Weed Superintendent
PO Box 309
Horseshoe Bend, Idaho  83629
Phone: 208-793-2447
Cell Phone: 208-870-1044
Fax: 208-793-2501

 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Boise County, Idaho
  • Elmore County, Idaho


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pdf Boise Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area 2009 Accomplishment Report

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The Boise Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area (BBCWMA) was established in the early summer of 2000. The goal is to create an effective, integrated weed management program in the Boise Basin that included the North and Middle Forks of the Boise River and the Mores and Grimes Creek drainages. The BBCWMA covers approximately 838,540 acres in Boise and Elmore Counties, Idaho. The BBCWMA brings landowners and managers  together in cooperation to address noxious weed problems in the basin. Cooperators include Boise and Elmore Counties, Boise National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, the Idaho State Departments of Lands, Transportation, Agriculture and Fish and Game and most importantly, Private Land Owners.