The Nelson Daily, There is a species of aquatic invasive plant that may be putting Slocan Lake and Kootenay Lake’s ecosystem at risk.
By Candus Thompson, Vancouver Sun, BALTIMORE - Hardy, adaptable and prolific. We should all be so lucky. Instead, we are left to curse those traits in northern snakeheads, the toothy aliens that appeared by the hundreds in a tiny Crofton, Md., pond in 2002, touched off a national media frenzy and now have made themselves comfortable in the Potomac River.
By Carole Rooney, 100 Mile Free Press, The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) will send a letter of support to assist the Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) in its effort to access grant funding.
CBC News, The Vancouver Park Board expects to approve a plan before the end of January to restore Stanley Park's largest watershed.
CBC News, The arrival of invasive species can prevent the formation of new species and help to trigger mass extinctions, according to a study published Thursday.
Invasive Plant Council of British Columbia to host highly anticipated “Invasion of the Aliens!” public forum in Richmond, January 18-19, 2011, to address invasive species threatening BC.
On July 22nd 40 people toured “weed hot spots” in Chilliwack to see where invasive plants are taking over local natural ecosystems.