The Bay Area Early Detection Network (BAEDN) was a collaborative partnership of regional land managers, invasive species experts, and concerned citizens in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area active from 2006-2011. BAEDN selected regional priority species for eradication, including some naturalized non-native plant species that have not yet become invasive but that are deemed to be a future risk. BAEDN’s work is now integrated as management priorities for the Bay Area region for Cal-IPC’s statewide effort to establish regional priorities. Cal-IPC supports continued work on Bay Area populations that have been selected for eradication. For more information on BAEDN, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Report invasive plant populations using the weed observation form on Calflora.