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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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2014 Great Basin NPP Annual Meeting

March 17-18

Boise, ID


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

F. Kilkenny, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station
Updates and Welcome

P. Krabacker, USDI BLM National Seed Coordinator - Boise, ID
BLM Seed Procurement

R. Johnson, USDA ARS - Pullman, WA
Conservation, Adaptation, and Seed Zones for Key Great Basin Species

B. Richardson, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo, UT
Relationships Between Common Garden Responses and Climate in Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentate)

M. Germino, USGS - Boise, ID
Landscape, Climate, and Genetic Factors Affecting Success of Big Sagebrush Outplants in the Birds of Prey NCA

H. Ortiz, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo, UT
Approaches to Subspecies Diagnostics in Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentate) Using Electronic Noise

B. St. Clair, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station - Corvallis, OR
Progress on Establishment of Reciprocal Transplant Tests to Study Adaptation of Bluebunch Wheatgrass

F. Kilkenny, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise, ID
Using Common Garden Studies to Predict the Effects of Climate Change on Native Grass Species

D. Atwater, University of Nevada - Reno, NV
Seedling Root Architecture Strongly Influences Field Performance of Genotypes of a Common Bunchgrass (Elymus elymoides)

S. Jensen, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo, UT
Basin Wildrye as a Test Species for Comparing Methods of Plant Material Development

D. Tilley, USDA NRCS - Aberdeen, ID
Update of Activities at the USDA-NRCS Aberdeen Plant Materials Center

C. Shock, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station - Ontario, OR
Wildflower Seed Yield in Response to Irrigation in a Dry Year

S. Young, Utah Crop Improvement Association, Utah State University - Logan, UT
How to Measure the Success of Native Plant Selection and Increase

M. Fisk, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise, ID
Dynamics of Cold Hardiness Accumulation and Loss for Great Basin Native Plants

K. McAdoo, University of Nevada, Cooperative Extension - Elko, NV
Reestablishing Native Plant Diversity in Crested Wheatgrass Seedings in Northern Nevada

B. Love, Utah State University - Logan, UT
Fire Intensity and Forb Traits Influence Survival and Bloom the Year After Burning

M. de Graff, Boise State University - Boise, ID
Herbicide Impacts on Forb Performance in Degraded Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystems

K. Davies, USDA ARS- Burns, OR
Factors Influencing the Presence or Absence of Native Plants in Crested Wheatgrass Stands: An Observation Study

J. Stettler, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources - Ephraim, UT
Native Lupine Cultivation and Ecological Niche Modeling

J. Ott, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise, ID
Seeding Native Species Following Fire in Wyoming Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentate subsp. wyomingensis)

M. Serpe, Boise State University - Boise, ID
Pre-inoculation of Wyoming Big Sagebrush Seedlings with Native Arbuscular Mycorrhizae: Effects on Mycorrhizal Colonization and Seedling Survival after Transplanting