The mission of the Lemhi Cooperative Weed Management Area (LCWMA) is to bring together, all land owners (private, federal and state), who have responsibilities to control weeds within the boundaries of the LCWMA, to develop common weed control management. This allows the group to coordinate efforts along logical geographic boundaries based on similar land types, use patterns and problem species. We hope to prevent the introduction, reproduction and spread of designated noxious weeds and invasive exotic plants into and within the entire LCWMA. In addition to educating the land mangers, both public and private, and the general public about the invasive exotic plant problem and engage them in efforts to control invasive weeds.
Select the map for a larger view of the Lemhi Cooperative Weed Management Area. The boundaries follow the Northern and Eastern boarder of Lemhi County along the Idaho/Montana boarder. The Southern boundary continues to the headwaters of Birch creek where the Continental Divide CWMA starts. Along the South Western boarder we are joined by the Lost River CWMA and the Custer CWMA. The Western boarder is land that falls outside of the Frank Church Wilderness Area, still within the Lemhi County boarder.