Missouri Invasive Plant Task Force (MoIP) - to identify and control the invasive plant species that severely impact native biodiversity

Controlling invasive plants in Missouri – Presentations and Charts

MoIP (formerly Missouri Invasive Exotic Plant Species Task Force) premiered its vision and organized a tract on invasive species at the Missouri Natural Resources Conference on February 4, 2016.

Invasive species cause problems for all facets of land management. During this workshop, experts presented information about early detection and best management practices to reduce/control populations of existing and upcoming species.

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Introduction to Invasive Plant Threats

Management Strategies for People Working on the Ground with Invasive Plant Species

Other Resources

See also: Grow Native!’s Top 10 Invasive Plant List

In January 2019, Quinn Long delivered a presentation on the Missouri Invasive Plant Assessment at the Missouri Natural Resources Conference.

In March 2019, Matt Arndt delivered a presentation on Identification, Removal, & Alternative for Invasive Trees and Shrubs (and Vines) at the Spring Gardening Seminar.