Invasive species come in all shapes and sizes and can be transported in countless ways disrupting the native ecosystems and in many cases overrunning the ability for native species to thrive. In efforts to protect and preserve healthy ecosystems across the Rocky Mountain region, state agencies are teaming together and utilizing a national database. Data … Continue reading Aquatic Invasive Species Update
You have surely seen those folks clad in orange vests, carrying heavy backpacks in the sweltering summer heat, scaling the steep terrain along the roads and highways in Teton County. After passing the TCWP pickup truck with the large water tank in the back, you probably realized you were seeing the TCWP seasonal spray crew … Continue reading What a Crew!
Do you own property in Teton County? Please complete our landowner permission form so we can continue to provide mosquito service(s) on your property. Complete Now! Stay informed! Would you like to know when we will be in your area this summer spraying for adult mosquitoes by truck? Sign up for our NEW text alert system! … Continue reading Got Mosquitoes?
The Jackson Hole Weed Management Association (JHWMA) will be hosting Gros Ventre River Cooperative Spray Days July 18 – 20, 2017. Partners in the JHWMA will team up to treat spotted knapweed, houndstongue, and Dalmatian toadflax as well as other invasive plants, which compete with native vegetation and adversely impact wildlife habitat. This multi-year project has … Continue reading Join Us! Gros Ventre River Work Days
For Immediate Release: April 11th, 2016 Contact: Amy Collett firstname.lastname@example.org Jackson, Wyoming – Making the decision to buy and plant native species means that you are also deciding not to buy or plant non-native, possibly even invasive species! Native plants are adapted to the combination of soil type, temperature, nutrients, and rain/snowfall of northwest Wyoming. … Continue reading Buy Clean, Plant Clean – A Win-Win for the Gardener and the Ecosystem