The University of Montana grounds staff manages over 50 acres of landscape, including over 2 million square feet of turf. The staff was recognized for their excellent work when they won the National Grand Award from the Professional Grounds Management Society in 1994 and again in 2002 when they received an honorable mention award.
In order to help maintain the lawn and the overall beauty of the campus, please use the sidewalks whenever possible.
The University Grounds Management Staff adheres to an Integrated Pest Management System (IPM). This system utilizes methods that are the least invasive to the surrounding environment, when possible, to control pests. It includes the use of natural controls, maintaining good plant health, the use of plant varieties that are resistant to problem pests and the use of chemicals only when absolutely necessary to prevent irreparable damage to plants in the landscape.
July 12th & 13th - Mountain Pine Beetle Applications (click for larger map)
Pine trees are found in the locations marked with orange circles.
The Grounds Maintenance Department will be conducting applications in an attempt to prevent infestation by Mountain Pine Beetle July 12th and 13th.These applications are scheduled to beign at 6am each day. Staff undertaking these applications are certified by the Montana Department of Agriculture, and spraying will conclude by 10:00am each day.
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32 Campus Drive
Missoula, Montana 59812
Office: (406) 243-2788
Work Order desk: (406) 243-6091
FAX: (406) 243-6612