Invasive Species Management
How we can help:
We can help you determine whether you have a high priority weed or insect. See this list of common invasive plants in Portland.Check out our resources
We can answer your questions about controlling invasive species on your property.
We will directly manage high priority Early Detection-Rapid Response (EDRR) weeds or insects on your property.Learn more about EDRR weeds
We can help you develop a conservation plan or active restoration project, which can lead to help with managing more common invasive weeds such as English ivy, reed canary grass, and Armenian blackberry.
Early Detection-Rapid Response (EDRR)
We locate and manage high risk invasive weeds before they can become established in our region. We target species that pose the greatest risk to our local ecology and economy and are still manageable because they are not yet widespread.
We also help partners find and manage destructive invasive insects such as the emerald ash borer.
Early Detection Rapid Response species
Contact me about:Oregon oak, savanna, wetlands and riparianRiparian areas The land alongside a creek, river, pond, or other body of water habitats; Emerald ash borer; conservation planning and native plantings for pollinators and other wildlife on rural lands.