Join us at the Cal-IPC Symposium online, Oct. 27-30
Connect with colleagues from across the state at the Cal-IPC Symposium Online, Oct. 27-30. Deadline to register: Oct. 26, 5 pm.
Share your pictures in the annual photo contest! Deadline Sept. 30.
Share your pictures! The 2020 Cal-IPC Photo Contest is now open. Deadline for submission is Sept. 30. (Image by Jessica Plance)
Apply for Cal-IPC Diversity Scholarships. Deadline Sept. 30
Cal-IPC is offering scholarships to attend the Symposium for up to twenty individuals from underrepresented backgrounds in the conservation community. Deadline Sept. 30, 5 pm.
Conservation cannot succeed without social justice. Find resources here.
Cal-IPC is committed to achieving our conservation goals by increasing participation across all communities in California. To get involved in this effort, join our mailing list, or find resources for your organization, start here.
New! Central Valley Arundo Report
This report summarizes results from an extensive Arundo mapping effort in California’s Central Valley and surrounding foothills.
Now online! Sierra Nevada meadows reports
A suite of two reports and a set of BMPs to assist with Sierra Nevada meadow restoration, from research and prioritization to planning
Now online! Land Manager’s Guide to Developing an Invasive Plant Management Plan
This comprehensive guide is designed to be applicable at any scale and to help you create a land management plan that is strategic, integrative, and adaptive to changing conditions.
Don't Plant a Pest!
Looking for an alternative to invasives for your next garden project? Peruse the Don’t Plant a Pest! pages for suggested plants in your area.
Need help with field ID for early detection? Check out our Species ID Cards
To support field identification of early detection species, Cal-IPC has designed Species ID cards for EDRR that can be downloaded, printed double-sided, and trimmed to size.
Using herbicides to control invasive plants
Cal-IPC’s Policy Task Force and science advisers have developed a page with information about how herbicides are used to control invasive plants, including our policy statement on glyphosate.
Our Invasive Plant Checklist for California Landscaping compiles information from the Cal-IPC Inventory, PlantRight, and the CDFA Noxious Weed List to help landscape professionals avoid using invasive plants.
Connect with Cal-IPC & the wildland weed community