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Report: Best Management Practices for Invasive Plant Management in the Okanagan Region

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Invasive Plant Best Management Practices (BMPs) will be utilized by Environmental Stewardship Division (ESD) staff for Okanagan Region protected lands. BMPs will assist ESD staff in achieving goals and objectives outlined in the Okanagan Region Invasive Plant Strategy and complying with the Regional Pest Management Plan (PMP).

Author:  Crystal Klym; Judy Millar

Date Published:  Jun 2006

Report ID:  20425

Audience:  Government and Public

Relevant strategic goals, as identified in the Okanagan Region Invasive Plant Strategy, include prevention, early detection, rapid response and integrated invasive plant management. Invasive plant project priorities are also identified in the regional strategy.

Report Type
  Fish and Fish Habitat - Management
  Region - Okanagan
  Watershed Groups - 310 - Okanagan

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