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Managing invasive acacia in the Zayante Sand Hills

Managing invasive acacia in the Zayante Sand Hills

Cal-IPC protects California’s environment and ecology from invasive plants. As a leader in land management, we coordinate regional partnerships, design science-based tools and projects to remove invasive plants, train volunteers and professional land stewards, and advocate for sound public policy and funding.

Mission

Cal-IPC’s mission is to protect California’s lands and waters from ecologically-damaging invasive plants through science, education and policy. Learn more about what we do.

Directors and Staff

Cal-IPC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by a board of directors who work with staff on programs and strategic direction. Read bios and find contact information.

Work with us

Cal-IPC is hiring! Are you passionate about protecting California’s wild places? Join our team as the Science Program Manager, and put your energy and skills to work.

Financial Statements

Thanks to our dedicated members, partners, and volunteers, we are able to fight the spread of invasive plants in California. See our 990 filings for previous years.

Contact Us

Want to know more? Contact us at (510) 843-3902 or at info@cal-ipc.org.