What's New

Here's a quick list of documents, images, and videos that have been recently added to the YRLSP website.

September 2021

Hannah Kuhns successfully defended her thesis and completed her Master of Science degree at the University of Wyoming in August 2021. A link to a PDF of her thesis, entitled "Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) seed production, germination, and vegetative propagule potential in a riparian ecosystem," is now posted on our Resources page, or you can go directly to the PDF HERE.

August 11, 2021

Chloe Mattilio presented a report on the current status of her research to the Working Group at the August meeting. A link to the PDF of her PowerPoint presentation, "Remote Mapping of Leafy Spurge in the Yampa River Basin," can be found on the Projects/Research page, or you can go directly to the PDF HERE.

August 9, 2021

A photo gallery of the 2021 Show Me Float through the Little Yampa Canyon has been added to our Projects/Show Me Float page, photos courtesy of Kent Vertrees. You can link directly to it HERE.

June 29, 2021

A short article written by Tamara Naumann on the YRLSP and the history of biological control in the Yampa Valley appeared in the Steamboat Pilot & Today. A link to the article is posted on our About/YRLSP In The News page, or you can go directly to it HERE.

May 18, 2021

Our latest (May 2021) Yampa-White-Green Basin Roundtable Grant progress report has been approved by the Colorado Water Conservation Board. The PDF of the report is posted on the Projects/Grants page, or you can link directly to it HERE.

April 14, 2021

Tamara Naumann presented a "YRLSP Leafy Spurge Biological Control Update" to the Working Group at its April meeting. The PDF of her PowerPoint presentation is posted on the Projects/Biological Control page, or you can link directly to it HERE.

April 9, 2021

Hannah Kuhns presented her Master of Science research in a seminar entitled "Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) seed production, germination, and vegetative propagule potential in a riparian ecosystem." A link to the video of her presentation is posted on our Resources page, or you can go directly to the video page HERE.