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.
- Spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa) is blooming and suddenly seems to be everywhere. It’s grey-green wiry foliage help it blend into surrounding vegetation until its pink flowers appear. Then suddenly we see the vast extent of its infestation. Spotted knapweed is in the aster family, along with many other noxious weeds …Read More
- Teton County Weed and Pest District wants to applaud the efforts of our PlayCleanGo partners in the valley. PlayCleanGo: Stop Invasive Species In Your Tracks® is a nationwide outreach campaign made up of passionate outdoor enthusiasts (individuals and businesses) working tirelessly to protect our natural resources. We are proud to …Read More
- Teton County Weed & Pest District is excited to be holding the “Doing Your Part Giveaway” to promote PlayCleanGo practices throughout Teton County this summer season. Please share your photos/videos of you giving invasives the brush off whether you’re biking, hiking, horseback riding, ATV adventuring and more. Follow us on …Read More
- Join the Jackson Hole Weed Management Association (JHWMA) for Gros Ventre River Spray Days July 16 – 18, 2019. 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 …Read More
- Teton County Weed & Pest District has had their logo for 5 years now and they were looking to a reboot their branding approach. Keeping their mark recognizable was important to them and maintaining the acronym TCWP was important. They were open to a new modern approach. Since the public …Read More
- Oxeye daisy (Leucanthium vulgare) is the dainty white flower that you see blanketing open fields in and around Wilson, giving the impression of snow in summer. Although a field of daisies may seem preferable to a field of spiny thistles, or bur-covered houndstongue plants, the impacts on native plant communities …Read More