What are "Invasive Species?"
Invasive Species are non-native plants or animals that are introduced to areas outside of their native habitat or range, and proceed to cause damage or harm. Non-native invasive species can have devastating ecological and economic impacts to communities. Industries such as forestry, agriculture, and outdoor recreation are all at risk, as are native fish and wildlife habitats.
For more information about identifying or managing invasive species, please select one of the programs below or from the drop down menu or contact Lindsay Peterson here.