Save Our Natives From Invasive Plants
SNIP (Save Our Natives From Invasive Plants) is an educational and community outreach initiative of the Eastern Panhandle Native Plant Society. The objective is to provide education about invasive species, and the threat they pose to native plants and habitats. SNIP will also host invasive removal days, to help manage the encroachment of invasive species in natural areas.
For more information about becoming involved in SNIP, contact us at info [at] epnps.org
For information on upcoming SNIP activities, please return to the main page and refer to the Latest EPNPS Bulletin.
* Invasive Species Links
* St. Louis Declaration
This document proposes voluntary standards for invasive species management.
Invasive Species Links
Controlling Exotic Plants In Your Forest
Bugwood Network, The University of Georgia
EPA & National Invasive Species Council site. Includes info on pollinators,birds, other wildlife
USDA’s Federal Noxious Weed List
The Nature Conservancy–Weed alerts, handbook, management info
Invasive lists and other info from PCA’s Alien Plant Work Group
What the National Park Service is Doing About Invasives
Federal Interagency Committee For Management of Noxious and Exotic Weeds
VA List of Invasive Species
A Tenn. Manual On Control For Select Invasive Species