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20th Anniversary JHWMA – Early Cooperative Efforts

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 for many years to come.

Early Cooperative Efforts:

  • Vehicles and Spray Equipment
  • Employee Housing
  • Mapping Equipment and Technology
  • Collection of Bio Control Insects
  • Sharing of Information
  • Training

Education Programs:

  • Local Events
  • Classroom
  • Weed Pulls
  • Trail Days

Gros Ventre River Spray Days

  • 2018 – 19th Year
  • 1st spotted knapweed – 1974
  • Annually crews treat 75-100 acres
  • Over $750,000 spent
  • Over 26 federal, state, local, & private businesses have partnered + dozens of private landowners

We’ll continually post about our 20th Anniversary with Jackson Hole Weed Management Association with a reflection of what we have achieved in the past twenty years. Stay tuned.