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Field Office: Fairbanks
This project has a benefit to the highest priority locally identified wildlife species.
Whitefish, grouse, moose, grayling, chum, chinook, coho; songbirds--see list.
This project has a benefit to a secondary priority locally identified wildlife species.
EQIP plan addresses natural resource concerns identified as high priority by the Local Work Group.
Manure in surface water. Water quality--excessive fertilization. Soil quality--compaction. Fuel savings. Soil erosion due to conventional tillage.
EQIP plan addresses natural resource concerns identified as secondary priority by the Local Work Group.
EQIP plan includes practices that are identified as high priority by the Local Work Group.
Pest management, nutrient management, hayland/pastureland aeration.
EQIP plan includes practices that are identified as secondary priority by the Local Work Group.
This project addresses locally identified noxious or invasive species of concern.
Top five weeds from Faribanks CWMA--bird vetch, foxtail barley, hempnettle, yellow toadflax, perennial sowthistle. Aspen leaf miner, spruce budworm, willow leaf blotch miner, large Aspen Tortix, engraver beetle, larch sawfly, amber-marked birch leaf minor.
This project addresses one or more locally identified priority subsistence species.
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