|Noxious Weed Field Guilde for Utah. Cache County Weed Department, (435) 716-8342.|
|Mooney, Harold A. "Passport, please: A global strategy to curb invasive species" Sego Lily, Mar/Apr 2001, pp. 1-2.|
Meyer, T. "Why Weeds are Weedy: Invasive plant study by University of Montana Researchers." Sego Lily, Nov/Dec 2000, p. 7.
(study shows Centaurea diffusa, diffuse knapweed, releases toxic substances, i.e is allelopathic)
Garvin, Susan. "Wacky Weed Warriors on the Warpath." Sego Lily, Sep/Oct 2000, pp. 2-4.
(Wanted dead not alive: the noxious weed Centaurea solstitialis aka Yellow starthistle)
"Stop the Russian-Olive Invasion. " Sego Lily, Nov/Dec 1995, p. 5.
(urges the public to ask local nurseries to stop selling russian-olives, to landscape responsibly, educate others, etc.; from a brochure produced by the City of Boulder Open Space Department)
Meyer, Therese. "Dyers Woad on the Hit List." Sego Lily, Sep/Oct 1995, p. 4.
(plea to hikers by Ogden Ranger District to help eradicate Isatis tinctoria)
|Asay, Kay and Jerry Chatterton, Howard Horton, Kevin Jensen, Tom Jones and Melvin Rumbaugh. "The New Range War: Native vs. Introduced Species." Sego Lily, May/June 1993, pp. 2-4.|
|Menke, John W. "Grazing and Fire Management for Native Perennial Grass Restoration in California Grasslands." Sego Lily, July/Aug 1992, pp. 7-9.|
|Poulson, Pamela M. "A Look at 20th Century Grazing Practices." Sego Lily, Nov/Dec 1990, pp. 2-3.|
Tucker, Richard. "The Myths of Knapweed." Sego Lily, Nov/Dec 1990, pp. 7-8.
(grassland invasion by Centaurea repens)
|Carlson, John D. "Those Were the Days." Sego Lily, July/Aug 1990, pp. 5-9. (range/grassland/grazing issues)|
"Aliens: Halogeton glomeratus." Sego Lily, Nov/Dec 1989, p. 11.
(excerpt from Stan Welsh in A Utah Flora)
Varga, William A. and John O. Evans. "Dyer's Woad: From Cultivated to Cursed." Sego Lily, Sept/Oct 1989, p. 9.
|Mack, Richard N. "Invaders at Home on the Range." Sego Lily, June 1989, pp 9-13.|
|Lawrence, Ronald D. "Aliens." Sego Lily, April 1989, pp. 7-10.|
|Barkworth, Mary E. "Bur Buttercup." Sego Lily, May 1989, pp. 10-11.|
|NBII: Invasive Species|
|New York Botanical Graden Catalog of Invasive Plant Species of the United States|
|Plant Conservation Alliance: Weeds Gone Wild, Alien Plant Invaders of Natural Areas|
|USGS: Southwest Exotic Plant Mapping Program|
|Utah Bureau of Land Management: Partners Against Noxious Weeds|
|Utah Noxious Weed Act|
|Utah Department of Transportation: Unwanted Weeds|
|USU Extension: The Weed Web|
|Weber County Weed Abatement: Utah's 17 Most Noxious Weeds|
|Wildland Invasive Species Program (The Nature Conservancy)|