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What is the Colorado Noxious Weed Management Team?
The Colorado Noxious Weed Management Team (CNWMT) functions according to a 1996 Memorandum of Understanding signed by fourteen state and federal agencies.
The team's purpose is to:
coordinate noxious weed management activities across jurisdictional boundaries
raise the level of awareness about noxious weeds
ensure that noxious weed management is a high priority within our respective agencies
The team, led by State Weed Coordinator Kelly Uhing, meets regularly in Lakewood, Colorado.
How does the program work?
Field-going weed managers across Colorado may participate in the program in two ways:
- Use the "Request for Partnership Evaluation " to request the CNWMT's review and evaluation of a known partnership facing challenges in handling significant or emerging weed management issues.
- Use the "Nomination Form " to nominate an outstanding partnership or individual effort that's making a difference in Colorado's Weed Management.
- are founded on common courtesy, respect, and diplomacy, cemented by a common vision and a commitment to success
- start small and grow larger and more complex through experience gained from previous efforts
- creatively seek new talent essential to success as project complexity increases
- develop formal but flexible agreements that define responsibilities, expectations, and accountability between partners
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