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322 East Front Street
Boise, ID, 83702
United States


Providing the knowledge and technology required to improve the availability of native plant materials for restoring diverse native plant communities across the Great Basin.


2007 Great Basin NPP Annual Meeting

February 10-16

Reno, NV

N. Shaw, A. DeBolt, R. Cox, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, ID

Native Forbs and Restoration Technology for the Great Basin

S. Jensen, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Provo

Projecting Production Costs: Are Some Species Cost Prohibitive and New Container Propagation Protocols for Lupinus, Agoseris, and Astragalus

J. Cane, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bee Biology & Systematics Laboratory

Plant Breeding Biology, Pollinator Fauna, and Pollinator Management

S. Young, R. Johnson, N. Shaw, Utah Crop Improvement Association

Accelerating Seed Production Applicable to Provisional Seed Zones in the Great Basin

B. Hammon, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, Tri-River Area

Insects Affecting Collected Verses Field Grown Seeds

D. Tilley, L. St. John, D. Ogle, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Aberdeen Plant Materials Center

Aberdeen PMC Report of Activities 2006: Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project

T. Jones, S. Larson, T. Monaco, M. Peel, D. Johnson, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Forage and Range Research Laboratory

Native Grass Genetics, Ecophysiology, Plant Materials Development, and Seed Increase

D. Johnson, K. Bhattarai, T, Jones, S. Bushman, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Forage and Range Research Laboratory

North American Legumes for Rangeland Restoration, Conservation, and Forage Production in the Western U.S.

A. Hulet, B. Roundy, B. Jessop, J. Coleman, Brigham Young University

Diversification of Crested Wheatgrass Stands in Utah

J. Coleman, B. Roundy, B. Jessop, Brigham Young University

Prediction of Field Germination Using a Wet Thermal Accumulation Model

R. C. Johnson, B. Hellier, M. Cashman, B. St. Clair, N. Shaw, V. Erickson, P. Olwell, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Western Regional Plant Introduction Station

Uncovering Adapted Germplasm for the Great Basin: Tapertip Onion and Friends

C. Shock, E. Feibert, M. Saunders, J. Ishida, C. Ransom, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station

Cultural Practices for Native Forb Seed Production