A one-time capital outlay project to identify, scope, and prioritize invasive plant eradication projects that will have the greatest long-term sustainable benefits to wildlife throughout the state. The useful life is 25 years.
This project leverages support from the U.S. Forest Service and the California Landscape Conservation Cooperative to build decision-support tools that enable regional prioritization. These tools are essential for setting and tracking effective strategies that make the best use of available conservation resources.
Using the new tools for prioritization and planning, the California Landscape Conservation Cooperative will work with partners throughout the State to develop regional priority lists of eradication, control, and surveillance targets, and to provide shovel-ready project specifications for top projects.
California Invasive Plant Council
To enhance habitats and ecosystem function over the long term by identifying, scoping, and prioritizing invasive plant eradication projects that will have the greatest sustainable benefits to wildlife throughout the State.
Research/Planning (including Science)
Complete and Fully Paid