Invasive Weed Management

Invasive Weed Management

Invasive species have significant impacts on the ecological health and economic productivity of our landscapes. Invasive weed species outcompete our native and cultivated plants; the proliferation of these species has wide-ranging ecological and economic impacts that grow with the population. Weed management projects are structured to achieve landscape-scale impacts and utilize available funds to maximize long term ecological and economic benefits. Though these projects can be structured to protect specific regions or specific elements of an ecosystem, landscape-scale benefits are best achieved with strategic management approaches targeting species with manageable population levels.

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