The State of Invasives: Important and actionable information for you, your professional contacts, and the land your organization or agency owns and manages.
Did you know that invasive plants in Missouri, like Bradford pear, kudzu, and bush honeysuckle cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, degrade farm land, wildlife habitat, outdoor recreation, and cause problems for public and private landowners statewide?
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce the Missouri Invasive Plant Council (MoIP) to your organization, agency, or business. Our mission is to advance efforts to reduce the negative impacts of invasive plants, to benefit Missouri.
Our newsletter will…
- Provide useful information to the leaders of your organization, agency, or business to help you recognize and control invasive plants and reduce their negative impacts.
- Introduce you to our work, explain the challenges of invasive plants, and make the case for bold action and how this will benefit Missouri and Missourians.
- Share talking points that you can use when communicating about invasive plant detection and control within your agency, business, or organization, and to your customers or stakeholders.
- Empower you and your audiences to recognize invasive plants and take action—around your office building, behind your parking lot, on your back 40, right of way, back yard, around your crop field, or on any other land your or your group owns or manages.
Sign Up for Our Newsletter
The MoIP quarterly e-newsletter will provide news and information about invasives in Missouri and the actions the Council and our partners around the state are taking to control and reduce the impact of invasive plants.
Sign up for our quarterly e-newsletter. We’d like to share timely information from MoIP with you, to provide you with useful information to help you identify and control invasive plants. You can play an important role in statewide efforts to control invasive plants by reading, learning, and sharing.
Share and forward. We would very much appreciate you passing along the information in our e-newsletter to the person in your organization who deals with vegetation management and share with as many people as possible. You can place this information in your own organization’s newsletters, forward it to your email list, and use the information to take action to manage and control invasive plants. We do not share email addresses with any other group or other individuals, and subscribers can unsubscribe at any time.