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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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2015 Great Basin NPP Annual Meeting

February 17

Boise, ID


A. Halford, USDI BLM Idaho State Office - Boise, ID

Great Basin Native Plant Project - Expanded Program Structure and Partner Roles

P. Olwell, National Plant Materials Program Lead, USDI BLM - Washington, D. C.

Seed Strategy

K. Gunnell, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources - Ephraim, UT

Update of Native Plant Research and Activities at the Great Basin Research Center - Ephraim, UT

C. Shock, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station - Ontario, OR

Update on Stand Establishment and Water Requirements for Wildflower Seed Production

H. Prendeville, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station - Corvallis, OR

Reciprocal Transplant Study to Test Adaptation of Bluebunch Wheatgrass

S. Bushman, USDA Agricultural Research Service - Logan, UT

Progress in Establishment of Legumes Native to the Western USA

N. Cline, Brigham young University - Provo, UT

Wet Thermal Time and Soil Water Potential in the Seedbeds and Root Zones Across the Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystem of the Great Basin

S. Barga, University of Nevada Extension - Reno, NV

Seed and Seed Bank Ecology of Great Basin Forbs

M. Fisk, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise, ID

To Freeze or Not to Freeze? An Investigation into Sulphur-Flower Buckwheat Cold Hardiness

K. McAdoo, University of Nevada Extension - Elko, NV

Planting Native Species to Diversify Crested Wheatgrass Monocultures in Nevada

R. C. Johnson, USDA Agricultural Research Service - Pullman, WA

Seed Zones for Sandberg Bluegrass and Friends

S. Jenson, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo, UT

Field testing Provisional Seed Zones with Basin Wildrye

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

Improving the Management of Sagebrush Seed

B. Richardson, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo, UT

Clines in growth, Seed Yield and Survival of Big Sagebrush Subspecies: Their Relation to Climate and Use in Seed Transfer Zone Development

M. Brabec, USGS Forest and rangeland Ecosystem Science Center - Boise, ID

Response of Seedlings of Each Big Sagebrush Subspecies to Experimental Warming Reveals Importance of Minimum Temperatures to Establishment

M. Germino, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center - Boise, ID

Climate Adaptation of Big Sagebrush Revealed From Success of 24 Historic Post-Fire Seedings: Insights for Assisted Migration