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Participant List

Poster Presentations

Miscellaneous Photos of the Conference

Grant Opportunities Available for Addressing Tamarisk Issues

Conference Presentations

Revegetation & Restoration
Anna Sher - University of Denver, Denver Botanic Gardens and Cynthia Brown - Colorado State University

Water Usage, Habitat, and Wildfire Impacts
Erika Zavaleta - University of California - Santa Cruz and Kris Hulvey - University of California - Santa Cruz

Biological Control - Status and Implementation
Dan Bean - Palisade Insectary

Ecology on the Ground - Managing Expectations
Tom Stohlgren - Colorado State University - US Geological Survey

Erosion & Sediment Issues following Tamarisk Control
Rob Hilldale - US Bureau of Reclamation

Keynote Address
Tom Stohlgren - Colorado State University - US Geological Survey

Yuma East Wetlands - The Process & Solution
Charles Flynn - Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area & Fred Phillips - Private Consultant

Forgotten River, US and Mexico
Ty Fain & Steve Harris - Rio Grande Institute

Volunteer Assistance & Habitat Restoration, Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area, Valencia County, NM
Charles Sanchez - New Mexico Soil and Water Conservation Commission

Private Landowner Support
Rick Enstrom - Private Landowner
Bill Noonan - Partners for Wildlife
Michael Daskam - Holly NRCS

McInnis Canyons Volunteer Project
Clark Tate - Tamarisk Coalition

Russian Olive Ecology - pdf file
Pat Shafroth - US Geological Survey

Nine Mile Creek - Tamarisk & Russian Olive - Video
Mike Sarchet - Western Nebraska Community College - 308.632.2749

Nine Mile Creek - Tamarisk & Russian Olive Restoration
Dennis Beyer - North Platte Natural Resources District

Tamarisk & Russian-Olive - National Park Service's Northern Plains Exotic Plant Management Teams (EPMT)
Chad Prosser - National Park Service
Contact presenter for more information - 701.623.4730 ext. 3578

Listing & Banning from Sale of Tamarisk & Russian-Olive in Colorado
Eric Lane - Colorado Department of Agriculture

Restoration after Tamarisk Control
John Vradenburg - Bosque del Apache NWR

Keynote address - Importance of Restoration
Anna Sher - University of Denver, Denver Botanic Gardens
Contact presenter for more information - 720.865.3593

National Resources Conservation Services and its Partners - Panel

Pat Davey - NRCS
Wayne Jipsen - Big Country Resource Conservation & Development
Greg Fenchel - Los Lunas New Mexico Plant Materials Center
Jack Chatfield, Canadian River Soil Conservation District

Oil & Gas Industry Habitat Mitigation Partnerships
Tim Sullivan - Nature Conservancy
& Tim Carlson - Tamarisk Coalition
Contact presenters for more information - http://www.tamariskcoalition.org

Dinosaur National Monument Volunteer Weed Warrior Program
Tamara Naumann - Dinosaur National Monument
Contact presenter at 970.374.2501 ext. 1

Updates - Watershed Planning, Legislation, Funding, etc.
Tim Carlson - Tamarisk Coalition

Friday, October 26th - Bio-Control Field Tour - Dewey Bridge, Colorado River


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Comments should be addressed to
Dr. Curtis Swift
Colorado State Tri River Area Extension
2775 US Hwy 50, Grand Junction, CO. 81503
voice: 970-244-1840
fax: 970-244-1700

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