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Colorado Management Plans

Provides invasive species management plans for this State. For additional resources, see:

10-Year Strategic Plan on the Comprehensive Removal of Tamarisk and the Coordinated Restoration of Colorado's Native Riparian Ecosystems (Jan 8, 2004; PDF | 2.37 MB)
Tamarisk Coalition.
Prepared by the Colorado Department of Natural Resources pursuant to Executive Order # D 002 03.

Colorado's Strategic Plan to Stop the Spread of Noxious Weeds: A Framework for Statewide Coordinated and Cost-Effective Action to Protect Agriculture and the Environment (Dec 2001; PDF | 342 KB)
Colorado Department of Agriculture.

Creating an Integrated Weed Management Plan: A Handbook for Owners and Managers of Lands with Natural Values (Mar 2000; PDF | 1.9 MB) and Links to 14 Appendices (scroll down to view)
Colorado Department of Natural Resources. Colorado Natural Areas Program; Colorado Department of Agriculture. Plant Industry.

Douglas County Noxious Weed Management Plan (Sep 2012; PDF | 80 KB)
State of Colorado. Douglas County. Weed Management.

Garfield County Noxious Weed Management Plan (Oct 2002; PDF | 298 KB)
Garfield County Vegetation Management and the Garfield County Weed Advisory Board.

Native Plant Revegetation Guide for Colorado (Oct 1998; PDF | 2.43 MB)
Colorado Department of Natural Resources. Colorado Natural Areas Program.

Noxious Weed Best Management Practices - scroll down to view
Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Plan for the Prevention and Control of Nonindigenous Aquatic Nuisance Species in the Colorado River Basin (Dec 1998)
University of Arizona.

Weed Management Reference Guide Larimer County, Colorado (PDF | 830 KB)
State of Colorado. Larimer County Weed District.

Wheat Ridge Open Space Weed Management Plan
State of Colorado. City of Wheat Ridge Parks and Recreation Department.

Pueblo Zebra Mussel Response Plan (Updated Dec 1, 2008; PDF | 2.3 MB)
Colorado State Parks. Colorado Department of Natural Resources.
This plan was written to document the response taken by State Parks in spring of 2008 after the confirmation of zebra mussels in Lake Pueblo in Jan, 2008. It examines the lake and it’s environment and the protocols put in place to limit the spread of Aquatic Nuisance Species both into and out of Lake Pueblo.

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