Maintaining natural resources on western military installations has received increasing attention in recent years. Of special interest are training ranges where the environmental impact of tracked and wheeled vehicles is significant. Revegetation and soil stabilization on the arid and semi-arid regions of these western installations require special techniques. This report identifies key plant species that may be useful to installation land managers seeking to maintain or rehabilitate training land in these areas. The plant species are described in terms of their regional and environmental adaptations, limitations, uses, establishment requirements, and availability. In addition, recommendations for short- and long-term revegetation efforts have been made for selected westerm installations.
United States Department of Defense, Army Corps of Engineers, "Recommended Species for Vegetative Stabilization of Training Lands in Arid and Semi-Arid Environments" (1985). Plants. Paper 5.