Southwest Exotic Plant Mapping Program



Southwest Exotic Plant Mapping Program Related

Invasive Species Mapping Program:: Project at Princeton University to produce high resolution maps of kudzu, cogongrass and privet across the Southeast U.S.

Exotic Predators Swallow the Southwest's Native Frogs:: News item (High Country News, Arizona, USA). (May 28, 1998)

California Exotic Pest Plant Council:: Dedicated to finding solutions to problems caused by non-native pest plant invasions of the state's natural areas.

Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council:: Includes information on invasive exotic species, database, proposed research and educational programs, control guides and management plans, mailing list, membership information, and links.

Georgia Exotic Pest Plant Council:: Information about the adverse effects exotic pest plants have on the diversity plants and animals native to Georgia, USA.

Southeastern Exotic Pest Plant Council:: Information about exotic plants invading natural areas in the southeastern states, controlling invasive plants, and landscaping with native plants.

Mid-Atlantic Exotic Pest Plant Council:: Addresses the problem of invasive exotic plants in the Mid-Atlantic region of the US. Brochure, e-mail group, organizational information, and links.

California Exotic Pest Plant Council (CalEPPC):: Dedicated to finding solutions to problems caused by non-native pest plant invasions of the state's natural areas.

New England Plant Conservation Program:: A voluntary alliance of over 65 botanists, private institutions, and government agencies, organized to promote the recovery of New England's endangered flora.

Washington Rare Plant Conservation Program:: Dedicated to conserving Washington's native rare plants through methods including ex situ conservation, rare plant monitoring, research, reintroduction and education.

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Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk
Plant Conservation Alliance - Alien Plant Working Group
Redwood National and State Parks
Southeastern Exotic Pest Plant Council
The Nature Conservancy - Invasive Species