Helpful Invasive Species Websites
University of Idaho CALS and CNR
- Idaho OnePlan, a multi-agency project combines government regulations and current best management practices for agriculture and land owners into a single plan, integrating federal, state, and local regulations for things like pest management and environmental quality. See its pest management links at http://www.oneplan.org/PestMgmt.shtml
- Contact Idaho CWMA managers, download Idaho’s Action Plan for Invasive Species, find Idaho’s noxious weed list at this Idaho State Department of Agriculture website: http://www.agri.state.id.us/Categories/PlantsInsects/NoxiousWeeds/cwmas.php
- Idaho maps locate weeds by type. The Idaho Department of Lands website hosts interactive maps. Click on any area of Idaho and see which noxious weeds are where.
At http://gis.idl.state.id.us/, click on “noxious weeds”. Then click on the weeds and counties you want to see. Maps are detailed to one square mile sections.
- The Nature Conservancy, Idaho actively fights invasives in the Gem state. Its annual report documents work in the Hells Canyon and other Idaho areas. http://www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/idaho/