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Institute for Managing Annual Grasses Invading Natural Ecosystems

Invasive Annual Grasses  Field Workshop
Continuing to build skills on how to defend and grow your core

Date: July 16-17, 2024
Location: Sheridan, WY
Format: Classroom & Field
Topics to be Covered 

  • Identifying opportunities for success across the landscape

  • Evaluating treatment efficacy

  • What to expect from aerial herbicide applications and what to ask for from your applicator

  • Assessing recovery potential and risks to your sagebrush cores

In this two-day field and classroom workshop, participants will build upon the information presented in the Level 1 Virtual Workshop: Defending and Growing the Core by Breaking the Cycle of Annual Grass Invasion. This hands-on workshop is designed to take a more in depth look at how you can strategically plan for and manage invasive annual grasses (IAG). Participants will visit various sites including intact core areas and growth opportunity areas where we will discuss potential management approaches in each situation. This is also a great opportunity for participants to see multiple management tactics and their effects on rangeland plant communities over time. We will explore various monitoring techniques and discuss strengths and weaknesses. Through this field workshop, participants will become familiar with different management practices and improve their capacity to determine which management tactics will best suite their needs in different situations.

Hotel Information​​

Room blocks under "IMAGINE/University of Wyoming" at ​



$169 per room/per night


$103 per room/per night

Have questions about the workshop?
Contact, Claire Visconti 

Contact Us

Sheridan Research and Extension Center
1090 Dome Loop 
Sheridan, WY 82801


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