Tri-River Area Extension - Pest Management
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| Colorado Department of Agriculture, Noxious Weed Program|
The goals of the program are to: prevent the introduction of new invasive plant species, eradicate species with isolated or limited populations, contain and manage those invasive species that are well established and widespread.
| Colorado State University Tri-River Area Extension|
Since 1914, when Congress authorized Extension in each state, we've been in the education/information business. The purpose of the Extension system? To provide a link between the university and the citizens of each state. We make available to people like you the research, information and expertise provided by our country's universities, and help you use the information to solve problems and improve your quality of life.
| Colorao Weed Management Association|
The mission of CWMA is to provide education, regulatory direction, professional improvement, and environmental awareness to preserve and protect our natural resources from the degrading impacts of invasive species (terrestrial and aquatic vegetation) in Colorado and surrounding states.
| USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Region - Aerial Survey|
US Forest Service web site for maps and information showing distributions of various forest insect pests and diseases in the state. The Division of Pest Management provides this link as a service only and is not involved in the USFS web site or with forest insect pests. Please do not contact the Division for information. Contact your local State Forester's office or the USFS.