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Activities & Happenings

2010 EBIPM Field School

The 2010 Ecologically-based Invasive Plant Management Field School
September 14-17 in Boise, Idaho

***Please take a few minutes to let us know what you thought about the Field School. Download your evaluation and fax it back to Brenda Smith at 541-573-3042. Thank you. 2010 EBIPM Field School Slideshow

See Field School Map below
See Publications of Interest below

The EBIPM Field School offers a unique educational opportunity for land and resource managers dealing with invasive plants. While you'll spend some time in the traditional classroom setting, most of the EBIPM field school will be in the field seeing the study sites and learning by doing. You'll see how ecological principles and strategies can be used to stop treating symptoms and to start repairing the underlying problems that actually cause the invasion.

For more, download the Program here (pdf).

Click here to register (pdf)

Download your registration packet (pdf)

If you have questions, email Brenda Smith 
or call 541-573-4084.
 

EBIPM Field School in Boise, Idaho September 14-17th, 2010

Click to see pictures from the 2009 EBIPM

Field School at the Circle Bar Ranch in Mitchell, Oregon.

2009 EBIPM Field School Activity

2009 EBIPM Field School Activity

2009 EBIPM Field School Activity


Publications of Interest

The Background and Development of EBIPM

Creating and Meeting Land Use Objectives

Introduction to Rangeland Health Assessment

Site Availability: Historical Disturbances

  • Morris, L. R. and T. A. Monaco. 2010. Plowing up the past. Range Magazine. Spring, pgs. 10-11.

Site Availability: Using Disturbance to Favor Desired Species and Disfavor Invasive Species 

Species Availability: Colonization for Desired Species

Species Availability: Prevention

Plant Response to the Environment

Species Performance: Life History

Species Performance: Resource Acquisition

Species Performance: Stress

Species Performance: Interference

Selection and Deployment of Plant Materials

Putting it All Together: EBIPM in Practice

The Future for EBIPM

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   2010 EBIPM Field School Map-Boise, ID
(click on the map points for addresses and directions)


Boise Skate Park Fire Location Skate Park Fire Location
ARS Northwest Watershed Research Center ARS Northwest Watershed Research Center
Municipal Park Municipal Park (BBQ location)
Warm Springs Basin Gathering/Parking Warm Springs Basin Gathering/Parking