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Invasive Species Resources

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New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries.
New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries.
See also: Alerts for some of the major threats, pests and diseases facing New Zealand's primary sector.
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs (Canada).
Western Australia Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. Agriculture and Food Division.
Waikato Regional Council (New Zealand). Environment Waikato.

Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Bermuda Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
Virginia Tech.
North American beavers have wiped out 30 percent of forests along rivers and streams in Tierra del Fuego, a remote archipelago at the southern tip of South America, causing the greatest landscape change to these fragile forests in the last 10,000 years. It’s no surprise, then, that the governments of Chile and Argentina want the invasive beavers gone. But eradicating them has proven to be difficult, researchers found, because it requires the participation of every single landowner in the area.
Ontario's Invading Species Awareness Program (Canada).
Provides free DVDs, watch cards, magnets, brochures, and other outreach materials.
Invasive Species Council of British Columbia.
There are many great resources available for educators and youth to learn about invasive species in British Columbia.

Australian Government. Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, on behalf of the Invasive Plants and Animals Committee, conducted a public consultation process on the Australian Pest Animal Strategy and Australian Weeds Strategy for 2017 to 2027, which concluded with the endorsement of both strategies by the National Biosecurity Committee in June 2017. These strategies provide a national framework for addressing pest animals and weeds, while maintaining the profitability and sustainability of Australia’s primary industries and reducing the impact of pest animals and weeds on the environment.
See also: Pest Animals and Weeds in Australia for revised strategies and more information.
International Rice Research Institute.
University of Georgia. Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health;
Produced by: Rod Randall, Western Australia Department of Agriculture
Note: Webarchive for Nature Conservancy's Global Invasive Species Team
Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council (Canada).
Western Australia Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. Agriculture and Food Division.
Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council (Canada).
Natural Environment Research Council (United Kingdom). Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.
Scientists have identified 66 alien plant and animal species, not yet established in the European Union, that pose the greatest potential threat to biodiversity and ecosystems in the region. From an initial working list of 329 alien species considered to pose threats to biodiversity recently published by the EU, scientists have derived and agreed a list of eight species considered to be very high risk, 40 considered to be high risk, and 18 considered to be medium risk.