Resources for Planning and Assessing Your Invasive Plant Management Program

Techline editors recognize agencies, organizations, and individuals who have developed excellent resources to benefit invasive plant managers. The following are resources that support planning and decision-making in managing invasive plants. 


AN INVASIVE SPECIES ASSESSMENT PROTOCOL

NatureServe 2004

A tool for assessing, categorizing, and listing non-native invasive vascular plants according to their impact on native species and natural biodiversity in a large geographical area. 


ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT TEMPLATES AND PLANNING EXAMPLES

The Nature Conservancy

The resources on this page help with developing weed management plans, working with volunteer networks, creating useful communications and outreach programs, and more. 


 

MEASURING AND MONITORING PLANT POPULATIONS 

Elzinga et al. 1998

This technical reference describes the role of effective monitoring and provides a step-by-step overview of the entire monitoring process for single plant species. 


INVENTORY AND SURVEY METHODS FOR NONINDIGENOUS PLANT SPECIES

Rew and Pokorny 2006

This book provides practical information on inventory and survey methods for sites of any size, staffing level, or budget and will help improve the relevance and accuracy of a nonindigenous plant species management program. Includes color photos, maps, and diagrams.

 


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