Teton County Weed and Pest Control District is a legally organized Weed and Pest District by Wyoming State Statutes (W.S. 11-5-101 through 119). The District, established by the Wyoming State Legislature in 1973, consists of a locally appointed government board charged with implementing and pursuing an effective program for the control of designated and declared weeds and pests.
- Below are some of the most notable details and results of Jackson Hole Weed Management Association’s current grant requests with Teton County. Backcountry Horseback (2004 – Present) Over the last five years, 4723 miles of trail and hillsides have been inventoried and treated. An average of 945 miles per season. …Read More
- Our team has accomplished a lot in 20 years. Outlined below are some of our early projects and a few community engagement activities our team has participated in. We hope you come to realize how committed we are to eradicating invasive weeds in Teton County and continuing to serve you …Read More
- Where have 20 years gone? MOU & Cooperative Agreement finalized in 1999 Funding: 2000 – $70,750 2018 – $805,380 History The Jackson Hole Weed Management Area (JHWMA) comprises nearly 2,290,000 acres of public and private lands within Wyoming. Approximately 11% of the area is made up of public …Read More
- Invasive and non-native species were introduced for a variety of reasons. Some hitched a ride and were accidentally introduced. Some were brought along and planted for their medicinal qualities. Others, like Dame’s Rocket (Hesperis matronalis L.), were brought to North America as ornamentals. It is hard to miss the vibrant …Read More
- Ahh.. it’s May in the Tetons and the fungi are popping up everywhere. A particularly popular fungi are called Morels, they look like brains on a stem – a little crazy looking. Delicious if you like mushrooms, especially good on steaks, pasta or just stuffed. Combing the woods for those …Read More
- In an effort to update records, properties that have received mosquito surveillance and/or high priority invasive species control from Teton County Weed & Pest in the past may receive a letter in the mail this week to request written permission to continue control services. Control measures may have been taken …Read More