Online Resources


Small UAS for Invasive Plant Management

Weed Wrangle: A Template for Engaging Local Communities through a Citywide Invasive Plant Event

Planning Landscape Level Invasive Plant Eradication Projects for Climate Resiliency

Art in a Post Buckthorn World Highlighting the Work of Invasive Plant Removal

Alienweeds The invasive plant harvest

The Art of Invasive Species

The Uprooter Land Management Tool

The Power of Art Over Argument Adopting this Concept to Advance the Invasive Species Movement

Creation and Achievements of the Coastal Georgia CISMA

Managing Natural Areas during Difficult Economic Times

The River to River Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) – Controlling Invasive Species through Collaboration and Communication

Cooperative Invasive Species Management in New Jersey

Managing invasive plants cooperatively to improve urban wildlife habitat in Washington, D.C.

USA Witchweed EDRR Webinar for the Western Australia Department of Agriculture

A CWPMA Approach for West Virginia The Potomac Highlands

Land Use Change in the Context of Biofuel Production Impacts

Monocacy Watershed Japanese Hop CWMA & From Pipe Dream To Reality: A Case Study of a CWMA

Introduction to Cooperative Weed Management Areas: What Are They and What Can They Do For You

PNW IPC’s Citizen Science EDRR (Early Detection Rapid Response) Program in Washington State

Ornamental Invasive Plants of Ontario, Canada

General Authority for Addressing Quarantine Significant Pests at Ports of Entry

Rapid Assessment of Confirmed new Exotic Species. – The Landscape Approach to Early Detection and Rapid Response

Prevention Measures for Minimizing Intentionally Introduced Species that become Invasive

Rapid Assessment of Confirmed new Exotic Species. – The Landscape Approach to EDRR

Survey, Detection, Data Management, and Reporting. – The Landscape Approach to EDRR

Miracle Plant; Dangerous Beauty; An Invasive Species A Kudzu Primer The Story of a Species; the History of Invasion in the U

Strategies for Partnership Development – The Landscape Approach to EDRR

7 Steps for Early Detection Rapid Response

The Landscape Approach to Early Detection and Rapid Response – A Cost Effective Strategy for Managing New Invasive Plants on Pub

Updates to Washington State Noxious Weeds Laws and the 2013 Noxious Weed List

Managing Invasives during Difficult Economic Times

Operational Performance of the Herbicide Ballistic Technology (HBT) Helicopter Platform

Vehicle Was Systems

IPC Web Solutions – Web Based Tools for Invasive Species Management

Utilizing Specialized Mobile Strike Teams for Effective Invasive Species Management

Contracting for Invasive Plant Management

Anticipating Success, What Happens After You Remove that Invasive from your Ecosystem

Selective Invasive Plant Tools and Equipment

Native (or non invasive exotic) Alternatives to Ornamental Invasives