The Southwest Vegetation Management Association, Inc.- Home Page
Mission Statement: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 5:38 PM
"To conserve and protect Arizona's natural resources by providing a state-level organization that emphasizes an integrated management approach to address invasive or pest plants."
The Southwest Vegetation Management Association (SWVMA) was organized in 1997 to increase awareness about invasive vegetation and foster cooperation between vegetation managers.
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SWVMA Board Member Meeting Minutes - Uploaded & Updated
Arizona Weed Management Areas - updated
SWVMA Board Meeting Schedule - All Board Meetings are scheduled from 10AM - 2:30PM
SWVMA Board Meeting: 11 March @ 10AM at the Arizona Department of Agriculture Building in downtown Phoenix (1688 W Adams Street; Conference Room 206). Free parking is available across the street from the building's entrance (Washington Street).
Arizona State Land Department
1. Call to Order 2. Approval of Minutes (7 January 2015 Meeting) 3. Treasurer’s Report 4. Annual Meeting a. Historical Meeting Statistics b. 2015 Planning Discussion 5. Updates a. Fundraising/ Annual Budget b. Tonto National Forest – Forest Plan Revision/Comments c. Insurance d. National Association of Exotic Plant Pest Council 6. Committees a. Mini-Grants b. Strategic Vision c. State Weed List 7. New Business a. ASF – possible contract opportunity (Yuma) 8. Next Meeting Schedule and Location a. Wednesday, 10 June 2015, Camp Verde (Schrenk) b. Wednesday, 9 September 2015, Conference venue (ShowLow or Sierra Vista) c. Wednesday, 28 October 2015, meeting during annual conference (26-29 Oct 2015) 9. Adjourn
San Francisco Peaks Weed Mgmt Area Meeting Wed, 11 March 2015, at Flagstaff Ranger Station 3:00-4:30
Find Your Applicator's License Number: http://searchagriculture.az.gov/mastercontent/puall.aspx
Nomination of Dr. Ed Northam for "Weed Manager of the Year 2014"
Northam has been an active member of SW Vegetation Management Association
ever since he first came to Arizona in the
remarks by SWVMA President Dr. John Brock
Ms. Nancy Caywood, farm owner and manager, about water issues in this area of Arizona, farming techniques used on this farm to deal with water issues, alternate crops being considered for use.
STUDY GUIDE: Arizona Pesticide Applicator's License (Manual download) - or copy & paste this address http://nasda.org/9381/Foundation/11379/11383/6684.aspx
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Last Updated: March 24, 2015
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