Mark your calendars! CSR and the College of Western Idaho’s Horticulture Program come together again to host a native plant sale! CSR will be donating 20% of the proceeds to the CWI’s Horticulture program.
When: Saturday, April 19, 2014
10:00am – 4:00pm
Where: CWI Nampa Campus East Entrance
5500 East Opportunity Drive
Nampa, Idaho 83687
Want to pre-order? Contact CSR’s Rich Drick at 208-944-2723 or email@example.com
Conservation Seeding and Restoration, Inc has everything you need to make your native lawn possible!
Please contact Blaine at (970) 618-5728, or toll-free at (877) 423-4835.
Thank you Wood River Land Trust for the informative videos!
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is looking for volunteers to help plant sagebrush and bitterbrush seedlings this spring at a number of locations across southern Idaho.
The plantings are an effort to restore mule deer winter range devastated by wild fires in the past few years. The native shrubs provide food and shelter to a variety of wildlife including big game, sage grouse and other upland birds, as well as songbirds and small mammals.
Volunteer planting projects begin on Saturday, March 29 and continue each Saturday through April 19 at the following:
- March 29, Blair Fire north of King Hill
- April 5, Big Cottonwood WMA west of Oakley
- April 12, Point Ranch fire south of Rogerson
- April 19, Big Cottonwood WMA west of Oakley
Planting tools and materials will be provided. For more information regarding these plantings or to sign up as a volunteer, please contact David Harper at 208-324-4359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)
10 day old Tracy’s rush (Juncus tracyi) seedlings.
Saskatoon serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia)
Antelope bitterbrush (Purshia tridentata) seeds in the process of being cleaned.
Conjunctive Management and Water Conservation Seminar: Strategies for Sustainable and Collaborative Water Use.
Hear guest speakers and panelists discuss current information, strategies and tools as we enter a new era of water administration and management. Hosted by Wood River Land Trust (WRLT), University of Idaho Extension, and The Nature Conservancy for the community to gain an understanding of the Wood River basin hydrology, what is the water-call process, implications and mitigation options. A panel will discuss community wide solutions.
CSR’s Steven Paulsen and WRLT’s Patti Lousen will be presenting (1pm – 1:50pm) on drought tolerant lawns and gardens. Ideas, design, and the “how-to” of lawn conversions from a traditional lawn to that of native grasses.
WHEN: March 7, 2014, 8:30am – 4pm
WHERE: Community Campus – 1050 Fox Acre Road, Hailey, Idaho
REGISTRATION: call 208-788-5585
$15 early registration
$20 at the door