Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council

Volunteer Opportunites

Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) Invasive Plant Volunteer Program

About the Program
The PNW Invasive Plant Council is a non-profit conservation organization (http://www.pnw-ipc.org/) working in partnership with the USDA Forest Service, Washington Dept. of Agriculture (WSDA) and other state and local conservation groups on a Citizen Science EDRR (Early Detection Rapid Response) program. With funding from the NWFW, NFF, WSDA, WA DNR, King and Cowlitz County, and USFS, we are gearing up for our fourth year to search for priority invasive plants in our National Forests and beyond.  We are excited to recruit new volunteers and inspire our current volunteer base to search for and eradicate invasive plant populations in WA and OR State. To learn more about this exciting program please visit the "local EDRR" page.

 

 

Geranium robertianum (herb Robert or stinky Bob)
Geranium robertianum
Hieracium aurantiacum (orange hawkweed)
Hieracium aurantiacum