Public participation in BLM environmental education programs will lead to healthier and more productive ecosystems and to better educate citizens willing to assist the BLM in solving and preventing complex environmental problems on public lands.
Great Basin Teachers Workshop
***The Great Basin Teachers Workshop will not be held in 2013 because of reduced budgets.
We hope to bring it back in 2014.***
For more information, please contact Martha Braddock (firstname.lastname@example.org), workshop coordinator at 775-289-1802.
Noxious Weeds & Invasive Species of non-native plants on both private and public lands becomes more burdensome every year. Weeds such as cheat grass and leafy spurge are almost impossible to eradicate. It will take cooperative management from landowners, and local, state and federal agencies to stop the spread of these invasive plants.
Kids Guide & Activity Book