1Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area | Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area Read More
2Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake | Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake Read More
3Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 | Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 Read More
Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 | Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 Read More
Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area | Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area Read More
Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order | Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order Read More
... any non-native plant species that has the capacity to negatively impact animals, humans, and ecosystems. They are generally free of the natural predators that keep them in-check in their native habitats; and therefore have a competitive edge over desirable and/or native vegetation.
The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) is strongly committed to operating an invasive plant management program to protect our range and timber lands for the economic and environmental benefit of all British Columbians.
The following activities are undertaken by the Cariboo Regional District within its mandate:
Each invasive plant species and infestation is unique; and so too, should be the approach you take in management. Developing a successful management plan to control any invasive plant problem involves employing integrated pest management concepts; combining activities focussed on prevention, observation, and intervention. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like more detailed information regarding the management of invasive plants please contact the Cariboo Regional District’s Invasive Plant Management Program. You can also refer to the Invasive Plants page for more information and photographs of some of the invasive plants in our area. In general though you can certainly make a difference if you:
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