Bay Area (San Francisco) Early Detection Network (BAEDN)
Bay Area Early Detection Network.
Building an EDRR Network in Montana Using Invaders Database (2010;
PDF | 2 MB)
Montana State University. Extension Service.
Six workshops were held across Montana in 2010.
Actively watching for new invaders and acting quickly
to remove them before they can establish and spread
is the foundation of an EDRR network. A well developed
EDRR program has the potentional to save the State
of Montana and private land owners a great deal
of time and money.
Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) Resource Page
Midwest Invasive Plant Network.
Weed Management Area (CWMA) National Conference
(Apr 15-17, 2008) - Early Detection and Rapid
Response Presentations (scroll
Montana State University. Center for Invasive Species Management.
Detecting Plants Pests and Weed Nationwide: The Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey (Jul 2005; PDF | 392 KB)
USDA. APHIS. Plant Protection and Quarantine.
Early Detection & Distribution
Mapping System (EDDMapS)
University of Georgia. Center for Invasive
Species and Ecosystem Health.
Provides distribution data at the State and County level and point locations.
See the section Who's Using It? for mapping distribution in
various areas of the country. Includes:
Detection & Distribution
Mapping System (EDDMapS) - Alaska
Provides distribution data and abundance
of exotic and invasive plant species in Alaska.
Detection & Distribution
Mapping System (EDDMapS) - Mid-Atlantic Early
Detection Network (MAEDN)
MAEDN is a vast network of land managers, field
experts, citizen scientists, naturalists, gardeners
and others interested in documenting invasive
plant occurrences in the mid-Atlantic region
for the purposes of early detection, improved
management and better coordination. The region
includes Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New
York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia
and the District of Columbia.
Detection of Invasive Plant Species in the San Francisco Bay Area
Network: A Volunteer-Based Approach (2009; PDF 5.3 MB)
Francisco Bay Area National Parks Science and
National Park Service,
Plant Management Teams (scroll down to see team deployed around
DOI. NPS. Biological Resource Management Division.
Plant Management: Prevention
Montana State University. Center for Invasive
Includes resources for Early Detection and Rapid Response
Network of Invasive Plant Centers (NNIPC)
National Network of Invasive Plant Centers.
This new national network will coordinate existing regional information and expertise
to efficiently develop and deliver comprehensive national programs, and provide
a clearinghouse for continuously evolving information such as: Best Management
Practices, invasive species alerts, research findings, mapping efforts, and funding
and training opportunities.
War on Weeds, Steps to Success, Step 5 – Avoid Exploding
Weed Populations with Prevention and Early Detection (PDF | 122
University of Nevada - Reno. Cooperative Extension Service.