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References: Invasive Plant Councils

cal-ipc.org offers California's wildland plant threats as part of the work of the California Exotic Pest Plant Council (CALEPPC).

cwma.org is the website of the Colorado Weed Management Association (CWMA).

fleppc.org is home to the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council. The site is information-packed.

gaeppc.org is home to the Georgia Exotic Pest Plant Council.

hear.org is home to Hawaii's invasive plant effort, the Big Island Invasive Species Committee.

hort.uconn.edu/cipwg serves the Connecticut Invasive Plant Working Group (CIPWG). Developed State list. Among their links, Native Alternatives for Invasive Ornamental Plant Species.

eddmaps.org/ipane/ Since 1999 the New England Invasive Plant Group has focused on an Invasive Plant Atlas of New England (IPANE) and an early warning system for their region.

mdinvasivesp.org is the new site of Maryland's Invasive Species Council.

ma-eppc.org addresses the exotic plants that threaten the Mid-Atlantic region's economy, environment and human health. The site appears to be the only one of its kind in Spanish.

invasiveplantsmi.org serves the Michigan Invasive Plant Council that is developing an interim short list of invasives of concern in their State.

mobot.org/MOBOT/research/mepp/welcome.shtml will lead you to the Missouri Exotic Pest Plant Council.

naisma.org is the website of the North American Invasive Species Management Association which Unites forces on the ground with best management practices and partnerships.

se-eppc.org includes seven southeast States in the Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council. This site aims to raise public awareness and facilitate the exchange of information concerning invasives management. It provides a compilation of invasives for 13 Southern States and includes the South Carolina Council..

sbsc.wr.usgs.gov/research/projects/swepic/swepic.asp describes the Southwest Exotic Plant Information Clearinghouse, includes their mapping program.

ipaw.org is home to the Invasive Plants Association of Wisconsin (IPAW) since 2001. Promotes stewardship of natural resources through public awareness and more.

wnps.org is home to the Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council.

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