Sponsored by the Western Society of Weed Science
Thank you to those who attended the Ecologically-based Invasive Plant Management Field School in Park Valley and to those who helped to make it a unique, hands-on and in-the-field educational opportunity for land and resource managers facing infestations of invasive plants.
If you haven’t completed an evaluation, please take the time to do so. Thank you.
2011 EBIPM Field School Slideshow
Field School Dates: September 13-15, 2011 (Tuesday-Thursday)
Location: In the field at Park Valley, Utah:
One of five demonstration areas of the Area-wide Project, ongoing field work and research is focused on establishing a weed prevention area, characterizing historical ecology, reducing cheatgrass and other invasive species and re-establishing a native plant community through implementation of EBIPM
Registration fee: $275.00 per person; due by Friday, August 19th, 2011.
Fee covers registration, a course materials handbook, additional publications CD, transportation and meals during the 3-day course.
Download the registration packet to learn more about the EBIPM Field School and the availability of producer scholarships or email Brenda Smith ([email protected]), and check out some of the photos from last year’s course in the foothills of Boise, Idaho.
To register now for the 2011 EBIPM Field School and save your spot for the event, download the registration form (pdf), fill it out online and email it back to us.
When we receive your registration form, we will send you a confirmation email and record your information to reserve your spot in the field school. We’ll also provide all participants with a registration packet when we get closer to the date of the course.
There is a limit of 75 participants. Once we have reached capacity, we will create a waiting list in case of any cancellations.