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Objective 1: Treatment and Control

Objective 2: Bioenergy Applications

Objective 3: Technology Transfer

Conservation Innovation Grant Project

Conservation Approaches to Invasive Plant Management in the Missouri River Watershed: From Invasive Species Prevention and Control, to Biomass Utilization/Bioenergy Generation

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Treatment and Control

Establish and monitor herbicide treatment and control sites infested with Russian olive and saltcedar

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Bioenergy Applications

Investigate and demonstrate the use of bioenergy technologies that use invasive plant biomass as a fuel source

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Technology Transfer

Transfer project findings, products, and technologies to a broad range of regional stakeholders.


Final Report

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Final project report: summary, conclusions, and recommendations.

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Project Summary Webinar

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Complete project summary
Recorded on October 27, 2014

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Treatment Sites

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Site plans, pre- and post-treatment photos, and more.

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Further Reading

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A collection of treatment/control and bioenergy generation resources

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