SALMON, Idaho (KIFI) — The Salmon-Challis National Forest Botany, Invasives and Pollinators Program will resume aerial application of herbicides to treat for noxious weeds in the Tower Creek, Kriley Gulch, and North Fork areas this fall.
Additional details on aerial application precautions and technical information can be found on the Salmon-Challis website HERE.
Dates for implementation are dependent on weather conditions and crew availability, but treatments will occur as conditions allow Sept.29 to Nov. 4.
The Salmon-Challis has scheduled a virtual open house to share information on the project, the monitoring results from previous applications and answer any questions about implementation plans.
- 5:00-6:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 27 via Microsoft TEAMs at https://bit.ly/3fifsb8 or by dialing 202-650-0123 code 228133429#.
In addition to the in-person and virtual open houses, mailers were sent to neighboring landowners to alert them to the upcoming project, opportunities to discuss their concerns, and how they can help shape the project.
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