Meet the Team: Sheccid Gonzalez
Meet Sheccid—our National Forest Crew Lead who hails from southern California! She came to TCWP in 2022 and immediately fit right in with her previous experience in natural resource management.
Volunteers Join The Fight Against Invasive Species This June
We are busy bees this year! From mosquito surveillance to drone projects to collaborative environmental programs—it’s a little crazy and we love it.
Meet our Team, Jeremy Heyner
Jeremy initially moved to Jackson in 2016 for the winter season. He fell in love with Jackson and has been here ever since! (sound familiar?) Jeremy hates Oxeye Daisy, loves hanging out with his animals at home, brings a good sense of humor to the team, and cares about the beautiful place he now calls home. We’re glad you’re here, Jeremy!
Weed of the Month: Russian Olive
Russian Olive trees were introduced to the U.S. for landscaping aesthetics, to stave off erosion, to provide pollen for honey bees, and to block snow and wind. However, they are a threat to our river corridors because they form dense, impenetrable stands that choke out native vegetation like willows and cottonwoods.
Mosquito Springtime Habitats
There’s a lot of snow that will be melting after an epic winter like the one we just had. Some of us didn’t want winter to end. But you know who DID want the snow to stop and melt? Mosquitoes. Although many summertime mosquitoes hatch in flood irrigated fields, we have plenty of springtime mosquito habitat too.
Take the PlayCleanGo Pledge to Stop Invasive Species
Stop what you’re doing and take the PlayCleanGo pledge with us! Pledge to “arrive clean and leave clean” this summer. Anglers, boaters, hikers, bikers, campers, horseback riders, and off-roaders can help prevent the spread of invasive plants and animals.