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The internet has an immense amount of information available concerning
invasive plants. We have selected a small portion to assist you
in finding the information you need. Click on the subject area
of interest or scroll down to see the complete list.
We also offer an extensive, categorized database of web
resources. Click here ...
If you have questions about specific plants,
these links may be helpful to you.
Conservancy: Wildland Invasive Species Program
- Noxious weeds in the US and Canada
U.W. Green Bay Invasive Plants of Wisconsin
List of plants that are the most serious invasive species in northeastern Wisconsin. This site is designed to provide images to help in identifying these plants.
U.W. Stevens Point Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium
This site continues the work done by Madison's Wisconsin Vascular Plants by adding many new features including easy to use Identification Guides for the Vascular Plants.
- Delaware River Invasive Plant Partnership (Pennsylvania) - Invasive
Plant Fact Sheets
Emerging Issues Surrounding Invasion and Control of Phragmites australis in Wisconsin’s Wetlands: A Survey of Wetland Professionals
There are numerous organizations that are active in the control of invasive
plants. Here you will find links to some of them.
The overall objective of Invasive.org is: to provide an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to invasive, introducted or exotic species, with particular emphasis on educational applications.
to broaden knowledge and appreciation of plants and habitats native
to Arizona to work to protect those native plants and habitats to
encourage landscaping with native plants and other noninvasive plants
appropriate to Arizona.
Raise public awareness about the spread and impact of invasive
Facilitate the exchange of information concerning management, control,
inventory and monitoring of invasive plants.
Provide a forum for all interested parties to discuss issues relating
to invasive plants.
Serve as an educational, advisory and technical support council
for all aspects of invasive plants and related issues.
To prevent future introductions of new invasive plants.
Develop, maintain and publish a council-reviewed invasive plant
Minnesota Sea Grant works with people and communities to identify
needs, fund research, and translate results to help maintain and
enhance the enviroment and economies along Lake Superior and Minnesota's
Sea Grant recently completed a print run of 1.1 million aquatic
nuisance species "watch" identification cards that are
being distributed in the U.S. and Canada to help in the fight against
the spread of two species: Eurasian watermilfoil and purple loosestrife.
This is the first revision of the Invasive Exotic Pest Plants in
Tennessee list, first published in February 1995. That list was
initiated from the introduced taxa portion of the Checklist
of the Vascular Plants of Tennessee (pub. 1993 by B. E. Wofford
and R. Kral), and was developed by the Research Committee of the
Tennessee Exotic Pest Plant Council. The development of the list
included reviews by professional and amateur botanists, ecologists,
and resource managers. ...
Plant List (pdf)
Interactive Plant List
A Role for Native Weeds
Regional and County Groups
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