Cool season invasive grasses workshop Mar. 18-19 in Fargo
The event will be March 18-19, 2014 in Holiday Inn, Fargo, N.D.
Who should attend
• Private, local, federal and state entities
• Those with involvement or concerns with managing cool-season invasive grasses
• Expected participation from North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Iowa and Canada
• Early – $45 (includes lunches) or $35 without lunches (ends March 7)
• Late – $45 (lunches not included)
• Register online (only option for
(Select “Sections” and then “Northern Great Plains Section Meeting”)
A block of rooms is reserved at federal and state rates at the Holiday Inn at 3803 13th Ave. S, Fargo, ND. Their phone number is 701-282-2700.
Presentations will include: • Spring clipping, fire, and simulated increased atmospheric nitrogen deposition effects on tallgrass prairie vegetation
Alexander J. Smart*, Tabithia K. Scott, Sharon A. Clay, David E. Clay, Michelle Ohrtman, and Eric M. Mousel
• Using prescribed fire and glyphosate to manage the invasion of native prairie by trees and shrubs, and the exotic invasive grass, smooth brome (Bromus inermis), in Saskatchewan
R. A. Wright*, G. Longpre, J. R. Smith, K. Kelly, and J. Karst
Evaluation of annual grass control in range, pasture, and roadsides with herbicides in Colorado, Wyoming, and South Dakota from 2006 through 2012.
Effects of burn frequency and grazing on the abundance and distribution of invasive and native cool-season grasses
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