Henbane Flower

Weed of the Month: Houndstongue & Black Henbane

Some of the first noxious weeds that bloom every spring are Black Henbane and Houndstongue. Both are easy to recognize once they flower. The houndstongue produces deep magenta-colored, five-petaled flowers along wiry stalks. Each flower will become a cluster of four burs that carry the plant’s seeds and will stick to passers-by like Velcro. Black … Continue reading Weed of the Month: Houndstongue & Black Henbane

20th Anniversary JHWMA – Current Teton County District Grant Requests

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. Snake River Project (2002- Present) … Continue reading 20th Anniversary JHWMA – Current Teton County District Grant Requests