The Montana Weed Control Association (MWCA) is a member-supported non-profit organization.
MWCA members are dedicated to terrestrial and aquatic invasive species management. Our members include professional weed managers representing many government agencies, private and commercial applicators, non-governmental organizations and concerned citizens.
Our goal is to facilitate long-term, ecologically based, integrated noxious weed management programs throughout Montana.
Learn more and help us keep Montana naturally beautiful…
Noxious weeds, in particular the invasive salt cedar or Tamerisk, are featured with Russell Nemitz on the Northern Ag network in this video. This particular plant is a beautiful ornamental still planted by some, however if it gets established near a waterway it can be extremely destructive. The plant has been reputed to take up to 200 gallons of water a day and it also unleashes excessive salt into the soils around it. You can read more about this plant here.
by Cecil Tharp, Pesticide Education Specialist, Montana State University Revised from original version written by Reeves Petroff, Montana State University This publication contains instructions on steps to calibrate home sprayers while saving time with easy to follow steps. Download article
Primary duties and responsibilities of the position are to provide statewide noxious weed coordination, management of the Montana Noxious Weed Trust Fund (NWTF) and Noxious Weed Seed Free Forage (NWSFF) Programs and supervision of three (3) FTE. Check out all the facets conducted by your Montana State Noxious Weed Coordinator in these EQC State Coordination […]