The TCWP has various types of education programs for all ages. You can find us set up at local events, offering free hikes through the Rec. Center and Native Plant Society, teaching lessons in the classroom, presenting at your HOA meeting, and anywhere else we are welcome. If you are interested in a presentation of our local noxious weeds, please contact Meta Dittmer at 733-8419 to set something up.
Please see our Educational Resources listed below:
A small booklet containing 59 weeds commonly found throughout Wyoming. The booklet is free and can be viewed here!
A small booklet containing the most common noxious weeds in the Greater Yellowstone Area put together by the Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee. The pocket guide is free and can be viewed here!
A collection of games and activities for kids to increase their knowledge of noxious weeds. Put together by the JHWMA. Free to Teton County Residents and can be viewed here! Otherwise, $1.00/copy.
A brochure describing the top noxious weeds threatening western Wyoming’s native plants and wildlife. Also learn how you can help to stop their spread. The brochure is free! It can be viewed here.
A booklet describing the importance of working to protect areas along the Snake River. It targets many interest levels on, “Why should I care about noxious weeds?” Noxious weed species found along the river are described in detail and many myths are turned to fact. The booklet is free! It can be viewed here.
This booklet describes the different winter hardiness zones and recommends wildflowers, trees, shrubs, and grasses for those areas. This is an excellent source if you are landscaping your property. Free! They can be picked up at the Teton Conservation District Office.
A guide for living in and enjoying the natural resources of Jackson Hole. This covers topics ranging from the Wildlife Feeding ban to Noxious Weeds to Recycling. Free! These can also be picked up at the Teton Conservation District office.
Most of these resources can be picked up at the Teton County Weed and Pest office at 7575 S. Hwy 89 unless otherwise specified.