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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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2012 Great Basin NPP Annual Meeting

February 21-22

Salt Lake City, UT


P. Olwell, USDI BLM Plant Conservation Program - Washington D.C.

Native Plant Materials Development: Ten Years and Growing

P. Krabacher, USDI BLM National Seed Coordinator - Boise, ID

BLM National Seed Program

T. Hopkins, Great Basin LLC - Reno, NV

Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative

B. Leger, E. Espeland, E. Goergen, University of Nevada, Reno

Finding the Best Native Plants to Compete with Invasive Weeds

B. Richardson, J. udall, J. Page, P. Bajgain, S. Sanderson, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Shrub Sciences Lab - Provo, UT

Phylogenetics of Big Sagebrush

M. Germino, J. Vanderveen, L. Svenson, B. Richardson, US Geological Survey, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center - Boise, ID

Differences in Ecophysiology and Climate Response Among Subspecies and Seed Provenances of Big Sagebrush: Implications for Seed Selection

K. Elder, B. Geary, V. Anderson, J. Nicholson, R. Fugal, A. Nordin, Brigham Young University - Provo, UT

Increasing Seed Yield in Big Sagebrush by Mechanical and Chemical Treatments

J. Stettler, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources - Ephraim, UT

Native Plant Materials Center Progress Report

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

Aberdeen Plant Materials Center Progress Report

R. Johnson, M. Cashman, B. Hellier, M. Horning, E. Espeland, B. Leger, K. Vance-Borland, USDA ARS Plant Genetics Resources - Pullman, WA

Genecology for Indian Ricegrass, Sandberg Bluegrass and Basin Wildrye

B. St. Clair, F. Kilkenny, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station - Corvallis, OR

Genecology and Seed Zones for Bluebunch Wheatgrass and Prairie Junegrass

B. Youtie, Eastern Oregon Stewardship Services

Coordination of GBNPSIP Plant Materials Development, Seed Increase and Use 2011

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

Effect of Seed Scarification and Seeding Depth on Greenhouse Seedling Emergence in Western Prairie Clover, Searls' Prairie Clover and Basalt Milkvetch

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

Abiotic Disorders of Native Plants

C. Shock, E. Feibert, M. Saunders, C. Parris, N. Shaw, Oregon State University, Malheur Agricultural Experiment Station - Ontario, OR

Stand Establishment of Native Forb Species for Seed Production

C. Ransom, Utah State University - Logan, UT

Forb Response to Herbicides for Seed Production and Rangeland Restoration

R. Karrfalt, USFS National Seed Laboratory - Dry Branch, GA

Banking Sagebrush Seed

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

GBNPSIP Germplasms: Success in Developing Plant Materials That are Available in the Marketplace

A. Davis, O. Kildisheva, E. Overton, University of Idaho - Moscow, ID

Some Tibbits of Into that Can Help Improve Globemallow and Sagebrush Performance

S. Jensen, J. Stettler, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo, UT

Applying Provisional Seed Zones to Plant Materials Development in the Great Basin and Cultural Practices

C. Shock, E. Feibert, M. Saunders, R. Sampangi, N. Shaw, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station - Ontario, OR

Irrigation Requirements of Intermountain West Native Plant Seed Production

H. Kratsch, C. Sriladda, R. Kjelgren, University of Nevada, Cooperative Extension - Reno, NV

Adaptation of Roundleaf Buffaloberry to Urban Landscapes

B. Roundy, K. Young, N. Cline, S. Hardegree, J. Rawlins, Brigham Young University - Provo, UT

Environmental Effects on Seedling Establishment

B. Love, USDA ARS Pollinating Insects Research Center, Utah State University - Logan, UT

Response of Bees to Wildfire: Rockin' the Shock Phase

J. Cane, B. Love, K. Swoboda, USDA ARS Bee Biology Lab - Logan, UT

Pollination Needs and Pollinators of Dusty Madien, Chaenactis douglasii

A. Whittaker, D. Summers, J. Stettler, J. Vernon, S. Jensen, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Great Basin Research Center - Ephraim, UT

Planting Methods for Establishing Native Forbs on the Landscape

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

Evaluating Strategies for Increasing Plant Diversity in Crested Wheatgrass Seedings

M. Taylor, A. Hild, N, Shaw, E. Denney, M. Fisk, University of Wyoming - Laramie, WY

Monitoring Invasive Species in a Semi-desert Sagebrush Shrubland Post-Wildfire Rehabilitation Seeding

D. Kendig, USDI BLM - Medford, OR

2011 IDIQ Seed Increase

N. Shaw, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise, ID

GBNPSIP Updates