3 NEW! Invasive Species added to PRIPS Maps Display in 2010: Himalayan Balsam, Dame's Rocket, and Flowering Rush

Himalayan Balsam: Did you know this plant is considered invasive in Manitoba?

Flowering Rush: Don't rush out to buy this plant!

Aquatic invaders threatening our local waterways

Knapweeds on the Prairies

Invasive plants added to herbicide label in 2010

Protecting Manitoba's trees from Emerald Ash Borer

Invasive Species: The battle against alien animals (and plants)

Nasty, poisonous plant cause burns, blindness. Giant Hogweed Factsheet

Canada Rural Economy Research Lab (C-RERL)

C-RERL is a state-of-the-art research facility designed to study Canada's rural economy, quality of life, and environment utilizing the latest GIS software and statistical packages.

Invasive Species Council of Manitoba

The Invasive Species Council of Manitoba is a non-profit organization that has adopted a collaborative approach to the prevention, early detection, management and potential eradication of invasive species in Manitoba.

Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council

The Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council enables collaboration and works in partnerships to guard Saskatchewan against invasive alien invaders by providing leadership, knowledge, expertise and action on invasive species issues.

Manitoba Weed Supervisors Association

The Manitoba Weed Supervisors Association supplies up-to-date weed control information to its members, assists in providing effective and cost efficient weed control programs within their respective districts, and promotes integrated and environmentally sustainable weed control programs throughout the Province.

Rural Development Institute - Brandon University

Brandon University's Rural Development Institute (RDI) is a centre for excellence in rural development helping strengthen rural and northern communities through research and information on issues unique to rural areas.

North American Weed Management Association (NAWMA)

The mission of NAWMA is to provide education, regulatory direction, professional improvement, and environmental awareness to preserve and protect our natural resources from the degrading impacts of exotic, invasive noxious weeds.


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