Utah State University
US Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) L16AC00367
US Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Antelope Pasture, located in the Black Pine Valley of Oneida County, Idaho, is a 1500-acre portion of the Curlew Grazing Allotment, managed by the Pocatello Field Office of the BLM (Figure 1). The pasture is heavily invaded with exotic annuals such as cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum), halogeton (Halogeton glomeratus), and clasping pepperweed (Lepidium perfoliatum), and grazing is temporarily discontinued. Land-use history of the pasture includes livestock grazing, possible homesteading and cultivation of Agropyron cristatum (crested wheatgrass).
Owen, Merran; Veblen, Kari E.; Monaco, Thomas A.; and Boettinger, Janis L., "Soil and Vegetation Survey of Antelope Pasture, Curlew Grazing Allotment, Oneida County, ID" (2019). Wildland Resources Faculty Publications. Paper 3042.