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Plant Materials Project Summary Reports to National Park Service

Cover image of 2014 Plant Materials Project Summary Reports to the National Park ServiceThe Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Plant Materials Center’s (PMC) annual summary reports are on all interagency agreements between the National Park Service (NPS) and the Natural Resources Conservation Service. These projects relate to development of native plant materials for revegetation of park roads and other restoration projects. The National Park Service and the Natural Resources Conservation Service have been cooperating in testing and increasing native plant materials through a memorandum of understanding using interagency agreements since 1989.

The cooperating NRCS Plant Materials Centers and the Upper Colorado Environmental Plant Center (UCEPC) have prepared a park summary report for each of their projects. This summary report is a culmination of all of these individual reports. This summary report is made available by request and is sent to all national parks with current plant materials projects, associated park resource managers, respective plant materials centers, and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) NRCS state offices.

Additional printed copies or electronic versions of this report may be requested from Christine Taliga, NPS National Technical Advisor, Denver Service Center-Transportation, 12795 West Alameda Parkway, Room 252, Lakewood, CO 80228; by E-mail: Christine_Taliga@partner.nps.gov; or call 303-969-2349.

If you have questions or comments to improve the use and distribution of this report, please contact Christine Taliga, NPS National Technical Advisor at 303-969-2349 or Robin Gregory, Revegetation Technical Specialist at 303-969-2456.  Additional reports will be posted as they are made available.

To view the Project Summary Reports to the National Park Service, please visit the National Program Publication Page.