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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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2011 Great Basin NPP Annual Meeting

February 22-23

Salt Lake City, UT


P. Olwell, USDI BLM Division of Fish, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation - Washington D.C.

National Perspective

D. Finch, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station - Albuquerque, NM

GSD Welcome

C. Jones, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources - Ephraim, UT

Native Plant Materials Development at the Utah Division of Wildlife

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

Equipment and Cultural Practices for Native Seed Production

B. St. Clair, R. Johnson, N. Shaw, USDA FS Pacific Northwest Research Station - Corvallis, OR

Genecology and Seed Transfer Guidelines for Bluebunch Wheatgrass

R. Johnson, B. Hellier, M. Cashman, USDA ARS, Plant Germplasm Introduction and Testing - Pullman, WA

Seed Zones for Tapertip Onion and Indian Ricegrass

P. Bajgain, B. Richardson, Brigham Young University - Provo, UT

Transcriptome Characterization and Polymorphism Detection in Subspecies of Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentate)

H. Kratsch, C. Sriladda, University of Reno, NV

Morphological and Genetic Variation Among Common Utah Globemallow

A. Bowler, B. St. Clair, V. Erikson, USDA FS Olympic National Forest - Olympia, WA

Generalized Provisional Seed Zones for Native Plants

S. Bushman, D. Johnson, K. Bhattari, USDA ARS, Forage and Range Research Laboratory - Logan, UT

Genetic and Phenotypic Evaluations of Western Prairie Clover and Germination/Establishment Considerations

O. Kildisheva, A. Davies, University of Idaho - Moscow, ID

Munro's Globemallow: Improved Germination Achieved Through Non-traditional Scarification

R. Karrfalt, USDA FS National Seed Laboratory - Dry Branch, GA

Wyoming Big Sagebrush Seed Germination After 3.5 Years Storage in Sealed Containers

B. Hammon, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension - Grand Junction, CO

Stink Bugs: A Seed Production Pest

J. Cane, USDA ARS Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory - Logan, UT

Bee Communities and Wildfire: Thermal Tolerances, Soil Heat Conduction and Nest Depths

B. Love, Utah State University - Logan, UT

Fates if Sage-Steppe Bee Communities Following Wildfire

B. Youtie, Eastern Oregon Stewardship Services - Prineville, OR

Coordination of GBNPSIP Plant Materials Development, Seed Increase and Use

B. Hellier, R. Johnson, USDA ARS Plant Germplasm Introduction and Testing - Pullman, WA

Seed and Bulb Production from Mechanically Planted Allium acuminatum Bulbs

C. Ransom, Utah State University - Logan, UT

For Response to Herbicides for Seed Production and Rangeland Restoration

E. Feibert, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station

Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station Update

R. Sampangi, K. Mohan, C. Shock, University of Idaho Parma Research and Extension Center - Parma, ID

Diseases of Native Plants

D. Tilley, L. St. John, D. Ogle, USDA NRCS Aberdeen Plant Materials Center - Aberdeen/Boise, ID

Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project - Aberdeen Plant Materials Center Activities During 2010

K. McAdoo, J. Swanson, University of Nevada-Reno Cooperative Extension - Elko, NV

Increasing Plant Diversity in Northern Nevada Crested Wheatgrass Seedings

K. Young, B. Roundy, Brigham young University - Provo, UT

Modeling Seedling Root Growth of Great Basin Species

E. Goergen, B. Leger, T. Forbis, University of Nevada, Reno

The Role of Native Annual Forbs in the Restoration of Invaded Rangelands

A. Whittaker, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Great Basin Research Center - Ephraim, UT

Establishment of Native Forbs in Wildland Settings

M. Germino, Idaho State University - Pocatello, ID

Great Basin LLC

S. Young, Utah Crop Improvement Association - Logan, UT

Striking a Balance of Diveristy and Practicality for Germplasm Increase

N. Shaw, M. Fisk, E. Denney, J. Truax, USDA FS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise, ID

Post-fire Seeding Strategies and Native Plant Materials for the Northern Great Basin