Needle & Threadgrass "bails" after custom field collection in a native southern utah stand.
A Little Bit About Us
Great Basin Seed has a proud heritage in the Intermountain West seed industry. Our family lineage and business heritage are directly linked to the beginnings of reclamation, revegetation and wildlife habitat improvement.
Great Basin Seed 450 South 50 East Ephraim, UT 84627
Wildfires blazed their way through parts of western Oklahoma, and grassland seed for erosion control in Oklahoma is in high demand. The Rhea fire and 34 Complex fires burned almost 350,000 acres combined (and counting). Erosion control is a top priority for all types of land with heavy destruction in Oklahoma after these wildfires. We at Great Basin Seed are happy to offer grassland seed for erosion control in Oklahoma.
SEEK ADVICE FROM PROFESSIONALS WITH LOCAL KNOWLEDGE:
Every geographic area in the country is served by a Natural Resources Conservation Service district (NRCS) or Farm Service Agency (FSA) office. They staff plant biologists, agronomists, soil scientists and a host of other trained professionals who can help you create a well rounded plan to reclaim your land after a fire. The USDA also has a Disaster Resource Center dedicated to preparing against and recovering from disasters, including fires.
Great Basin Seeds can offer you the highest quality ready made seed mixes to protect your property from the unavoidable erosions and aftermath of fires. The NRCS website has many resources available to meet conservation compliance, and instructions on wildfire aftermath. We encourage you to reach out to them for boots-on-the-ground assistance. Once they help you formulate a plan and give seed recommendations give us a call. We can help you with the grassland seed for erosion control in Oklahoma.
Munroes Globemallow on the Kolob Terrace Fire Complex, Zion National Park
Three different relief efforts have been established and will deliver 100% of proceeds to victims of the wildfires to aid them in their time of need.
Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation
Make checks payable to Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation with “Fire Relief” in the memo line and mail to P.O. Box 82395, Oklahoma City, OK 73148. To donate online, visit www.okcattlemen.org.
Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation
Make checks payable to the Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation with “Wildfire Relief” in the memo line and mail to 2501 N. Stiles, Oklahoma City, OK 73105. To donate online, visit www.okfarmingandranchingfoundation.org.
Oklahoma Farmers Union Foundation
Make checks payable to Farmers Union Foundation, Inc., with “Wildfire Relief” in the memo line and mail to the attention of Wildfire Relief at P.O. Box 24000, Oklahoma City, OK 73124.
Donating Hay or Supplies
Local agents through the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service are helping facilitate donations of hay, feed, milk replacer and fencing supplies. The following phone numbers can be called to setup a donation through the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service:
If you are seeking additional help to find grassland seed for erosion control in Oklahoma, please contact us.