This report completed for the Natural Communities Coalition provides a blueprint for invasive plant management by multiple organizations across lands comprising the Nature Reserve of Orange County. It includes guidance on where EDRR surveys should be conducted and which weeds should be controlled in each area of the reserve. Using GIS, it crosswalks between ecological management units, invasive plant populations, and landowner jurisdictions. The approach is transferable to other landscape-level stewardship collaborations.
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Click here to download the Report: “Five-Year Invasive Plant Management Plan for the Central Reserve of the Nature Reserve of Orange County and Adjacent Lands”
2. Management Plan (including species prioritization and area prioritization)
3. EDRR Plan
Please cite this report as: California Invasive Plant Council and Natural Communities Coalition. 2019. Five-Year Invasive Plant Management Plan for the Central Reserve of the Nature Reserve of Orange County and Adjacent Lands. California Invasive Plant Council, Berkeley, CA. Available at www.cal-ipc.org.
For more information, contact Cal-IPC.