Teton Regional Land Trust recently received funding from the Community Foundation of Teton Valley, the Silver Star Caring for Community Program and the Idaho State Department of Agriculture’s Noxious Weed Cost Share Program for its Cooperative Weed Control Initiative.
Since 2008, Teton Regional Land Trust has been working with the Upper Snake and Henry’s Fork Cooperative Weed Management Areas to implement a landscape-scale, cooperative weed control initiative in Teton Valley. The initiative includes bio-control and chemical control of noxious weeds on private lands along the Teton River corridor in Teton Valley.
The goals of the project include increasing awareness and control of noxious weeds in the Teton River riparian corridor and adjacent lands to improve wildlife habitat and reduce damage to important natural resources and agricultural production.
Teton Regional Land Trust appreciates the generosity of these funders. The project would not be possible without the local support of the Community Foundation of Teton Valley and Silver Star Caring for Community Program.