In June 2006, Cal-IPC organized a Weed Mapping Roundtable at the University of California-Davis. This one day meeting brought together
public agencies and private organizations that use GIS databases to track invasive plants in California. The goal of the meeting was to
share each organization’s current system and to discuss the first steps for developing a Weed Mapping Portal that can serve as a repository
of data in California and allow submission of new information on invasive plants.
Documents from the Weed Mapping Roundtable
- Roundtable Agenda (pdf)
- Roundtable Notes (pdf)
- Plan of action (pdf)
- Organization profiles (pdf) – Nine state and federal agencies and a nonprofit organization
submitted profiles describing their current efforts to map the distribution of invasive plants in California.
Presentations from the Weed Mapping Roundtable
Large pdf files of Powerpoint presentations