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Monthly Meeting: Success of installing native plant plugs in Bromus tectorum dominated landscapes

Bromus tectorum or cheatgrass was first found in the United States in 1861 in New York and Pennsylvania; by 1928, it was found throughout the most of the country. It is most abundant in the Great Basin and Columbia Basin. There are few options for controlling cheatgrass and reestablishing a native landscape. Steve has been experimenting with planting natives within cheatgrass dominated communities. Find out what works and what didn’t. Please don’t forget we are meeting at a new location on CBC campus, T238.

Earlier Event: September 15
Wildflower Walk: Twin Sisters
Later Event: October 26
Habitat Restoration Party