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322 East Front Street
Boise, ID, 83702
United States

208-373-4344

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

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2008 Great Basin NPP Annual Meeting

February 13-14

Salt Lake City, UT


N. Shaw, R. Cox, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Boise

Native Forbs - Selection, Species Interactions, Seedbed Ecology........

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

Plant Materials Development, Cultural Practices for Agoseris and Lupinus

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

Pollinating Great Basin Forbs

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

Native Species Seed Availability (Or Not)

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

Western Colorado Entomology Native Plant Seed Production

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

Aberdeen Plant Materials Center - 2007 Activities: Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project

T. Monaco, E. Leonard, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Forage and Range Research Laboratory

What Makes a Community Susceptible to Weed Invasion?

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

Population Structure of Broad-based Collections of Basalt Milkvetch and Release of NBR-1 Germplasm

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

Diversification of Crested Wheatgrasss Stands in Utah

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

Prediction of Field Germination Using Wet Thermal Accumulation

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

Adapted Germplasm for the Great Basin: Tapertip Onion, Indian Ricegrass, Bluebunch Wheatgrass, and Friends

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

Identification of Post-emergence Herbicides for Use in Native Forb Seed Production

M. Bryne, Seeds of Success

National Native Seed Collection Program

E. D. McArthur, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo

Progress Report: Genetic Consideration for Wildland Forb and Shrub Restoration Plantings

T. Meyer, J. Vernon, D. Summers, T. Pickett, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Great Basin Research Center

Seeds, Weeds, and Needs: Farming Native Seed

R. Karrfalt, USDA National Seed Laboratory

Seed Cleaning and Testing

J. James, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center

Linking Physiological Traits and Species Abundance to Invasion Resistance

B. Geary, S. Eldredge, S. Jensen, J. Gardner, Brigham Young University

Mechanisms of Accelerated Germination of Astragalus utahensis with Alternaria and Aspergillus Fungi

R. Johnson, V. Anderson, Brigham young University

Predispersal Seed Prediction of Wyethia amplexicaule, Crepis acuminate, and Agoseris glauca

C. Ransom, K. Edvarchuk, Utah State University

Identification of Herbicides for Use in Native Forb Seed Production

J. Mangold, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center

Establishing Native Plants in Crested Wheatgrass Stands Using Successional Management

R. Cox, N. Shaw, and others, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise

Seed and Seeding Technologies for Reestablishing Wyoming Big Sagebrush in Diverse Seed Mixes

B. Youtie, Eastern Oregon Stewardship Services

Deschutes Basin Native Plant Seedbank