Lewis & Clark Conservation District

Local Common Sense Conservation

Category: Noxious Weeds

November Weed Post

From Jane Mangold, Professor and Extension Invasive Plant Specialist at Montana State University, I give you the November Weed Post. The November Weed Post discusses non-target herbicide injury and directs you to some new MSU Extension materials where you can…

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MSU April Weed Post

The April weed post from Jane Mangold at Montana State University ties the practices of prevention, early detection and rapid response with invasive species, to the current Coronavirus pandemic.  Have a read!  Download the PDF for the crossword puzzle!

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From Flooding to Fire

It seems to be a typical transition anymore at the Conservation District.  My desk is a mountain of paperwork responding to spring/summer flooding–some even from last year! And now the hills are alive with the crackling of wildfires! Post fire…

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Lewis & Clark County Weed Events-Summer 2018

Every year, the Conservation District partners with the Sun River Watershed Group to help out with their Summer Weed Events.  Invasive species are an on-going battle and the work that the SRWG has done has been amazing! The Elk Creek…

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2018 Weed Cost Share Program

The Lewis & Clark Conservation District has opened up the 2018 Weed Cost Share Program application period. This program is funded with some extra money that the Conservation District has and provides 50/50 cost share for chemical (including surfactants) or…

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District Newsletter Spring 2017

  The Spring 2017 issue of The Explorer is ready for viewing!  If you prefer to receive the newsletter via mail or email, give the office a call at 406-449-5000 ext. 112 and let us know, or email lccd@mt.net.

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2017 Weed Cost Share Program

The Conservation District is once again offering a Weed Cost Share program.  Up to $1500 per landowner, $5000 for a group project or 50% of: Herbicide only for individual sprayers Commercial application costs and chemical for commercial application Biological controls…

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Cheatgrass Management Seminar-2017

The Lewis and Clark Conservation District and the Lewis and Clark County Weed District are co-hosting a seminar on the management of “cheatgrass” on forage and range/pasture land.  Lunch will be provided.  Six  RE-CERTIFICATION CREDITS WILL BE OFFERED FOR PRIVATE,…

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Flood Awareness at EVMS!

Since the spring of 2008, the Lewis & Clark Conservation District has worked with area agencies to bring Flood Awareness to the East Valley Middle School.  What began with a parent visit during an open house in the fall of…

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Spring Explorer

The most recent issue of the Conservation District’s newsletter  The Explorer is out and online!  If you would like to sign up for the electronic delivery of the newsletter, get on the Conservation District’s email list!

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