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ToadflaxVideoPreviewWyoming Weed and Pest Council has been working to eradicate invasive species since 1973.

You can help keep our state natural and safe from destructive weeds and pests, like the Dalmatian toadflax in this video.

The rich varieties of habitats found throughout the State are treasured by residents and visitors alike. Hunting, fishing, recreation, tourism, mining and agriculture are integral to our livelihood. All of us depend on healthy livestock, soils and wildlife which require healthy native plant communities. These native communities are threatened by invasive noxious weeds and pests and if left unchecked could transform an entire ecosystem and everything that depends on it. Future generations are counting on us to protect and preserve our natural resources. Learn more and help us keep Wyoming naturally beautiful!

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    WWPC GUY HAGGARD INTERNSHIP SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION Scholarship Deadline: October 21st 1. The value of the scholarship award will be $2,000.2. The applicant must be enrolled in an accredited university or college, and preferably pursuing a degree in a field relating to agriculture or natural resources.3. The applicant must be entering their freshmen, sophomore, or junior year of college.4. The applicant must have worked a summer for a Wyoming Weed & Pest District for at least one season, and the successful applicant must work for a Wyoming Weed & Pest District the summer following the award to be eligible to receive the award.5. The applicant must be nominated for the scholarship by the district supervisor.6. The application deadline for the scholarship will be October 21st, and the selection will be completed by November 30th.7. The award will be distributed the following August pending a satisfactory job performance review that is completed by the district supervisor.
  • 2016 State Educational Video Contest
       Sponsored by the Wyoming Weed & Pest Council We need your help! The Wyoming Weed & Pest Council is looking for educational content to help promote the PCG campaign within the state of Wyoming and potentially to a larger national audience. Accordingly we’d like to extend an invitation to the public, all Districts, as well as WWPC employees to create a short video to help us.
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