Council or Task Force
California Invasive Plant Council - Prevention
California Invasive Plant Council.
Cal-IPC has published two prevention best
management practice (BMP) manuals: one for land
managers, and one for transportation and utility
corridors. The goal of the manuals is to present
voluntary guidelines that help those managing
wildlands in California to prevent accidental
spread of terrestrial invasive plants. Cal-IPC's
technical advisory teams included over fifty
representatives from local, state and federal
agencies, utilities, land trusts, and university
extension. Also see Prevention
for Disposal of Terrestrial Invasive Plants (PDF | 4.3 MB)
Connecticut Invasive Plant Working Group.
Produced by: The Connecticut Department of Energy
and Environmental Protection and the University
This document focuses on the disposal of invasive plant
material after control work takes place and does
information about invasive plant control. Once
control activities have concluded, please use these general guidelines
dispose of invasive plant materials as safely and
effectively as possible. See also: CIPWG Publications for more resources
Developing Invasive Weed Prevention Areas for Rangeland Ecosystems - Invasive Species Technical Note Number MT-15 (Aug 2007; PDF | 146 KB)
USDA. NRCS. Montana.
Describes how to enlist community support for WPAs through meetings and workshops; covers complete planning process including education, exclusion, detection and eradication, mapping, and ecosystem management components. See also: Invasive Species Technical Notes for more resources
Weeds Disseminules of the U.S.
USDA. APHIS. PPQ. Center
for Plant Health Science and Technology.
Developed by the Center for Plant Health Science and Technology
(CPHST) in collaboration with the California
Department of Agriculture (CDFA).
Federal Noxious Disseminules (may be seeds or fruits) was designed
to be used by officials at U.S. ports responsible
for identification of plant pests.
Together: National Goal 1 - Effective Prevention
Federal Interagency Committee for the Management of Noxious and Exotic Weeds.
Part of FICMNEW's national strategy for invasive plant management.
to Noxious Weed Prevention Practices - Version
1 (Jul 5, 2001; PDF | 768 KB)
USDA. Forest Service.
See also: Invasive Species Program - Prevention for more resources
Use of Native Plants
Federal Highway Administration.
See also: The Problem with Invasive Plant
Species: The many conflicts and constrains for
highway rights-of way
Weed Prevention Areas
USDA. ARS. Area-Wide Ecologically-Based Invasive Plant Management.
Helping to Prevent the Spread of Invasive Non-native Species: Horticultural Code of Practice
United Kingdom Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Invasive Plant Prevention Guidelines (Sep 2003; PDF | 133 KB)
Montana State University. Center for Invasive
See also: Invasive Plant Management: Prevention for more resources
Guide to Preventing the Introduction and Spread of Invasive Weeds
(PDF | 84 KB)
University of California. Cooperative Extension.
El Dorado County Invasive Weed Management Group.
See also: El Dorado County Invasive Weed Management Group for more prevention resources
to Prevent the Spread of Noxious and Invasive Weeds During Construction
Activities (PDF | 43 KB)
University of Nevada. Cooperative Extension.
Fact Sheet FS-03-59
Making a List: Prevention Strategies for Invasive Plants in the Great Lakes States (2004)
Environmental Law Institute.