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  • Jefferson County Weed and Pest Management

     

    The Jefferson County Weed and Pest Management program helps the public by developing integrated management plans to control mountain pine beetle and noxious weeds. The program, which includes working with the Jefferson County Open Space Natural Resources section, coordinates with other governmental agencies to achieve regional pest control.

     

    This site includes information to help identify, control and prevent mountain pine beetle and noxious weed infestations. Our goal is to educate the public about weed and pest problems and offer solutions. 

     

    Play. Clean. Go.

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    Invasive species are easily spread by people, animals and equipment.  Jeffco Weed & Pest is partnering with the Play Clean Go campaign to help educate our residents on ways to prevent the spread of these non-native harmful pests. 

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    PEST ALERTS


    Pest Alert -  Douglas Fir Tussock Moth

    Douglas fir Tussock Moth populations have increased along the Front Range and are beginning to defoliate Douglas fir and spruce trees in large numbers.

    On February 3rd, we co-hosted an outreach event in Buffalo Creek.  CSFS Forest Entomologist Dan West has kindly allowed us to share his PowerPoint presentation Douglas Fir Tussock Moth OutreachAdobe Reader is required for viewing this document 

    See our DFTM page and our Fact Sheet Adobe Reader is required for viewing this document for more information.

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    photo: www.bugwood.org 

     

    Vertebrate Pest Update - Rats

    With the extra moisture this year has come a heavier population of rats.  Jeffco Environmental Health has information that may help you prevent rats moving onto your property.

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    More Information on Weed and Pest Management in Jeffco


    Noxious Weeds

    Information, Identification and Control, FAQs and Links

    Pests

    Emerald Ash Borer, Mountain Pine Beetle, Other Pests, Vertebrate Pests, FAQs and Links

    FAQs