Projects

Land Owner Weed Removal Rebate Program

Landowners incurring a cost to control invasive weeds on their private land may be eligible for a 50% reimbursement from the NWIPC via the Land Owner Weed Removal Rebate Program (some conditons apply). Download the application form and find a certified Invasive Plant Contractor near you.

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NWIPC Geocaches

The NWIPC has begun establishing Invasive Plant geocaches. What better way to learn about invasive plants then by getting outdoors and challenging yourself at the same time. If you're not sure what I"m talking about, watch the quick video below.

Three caches have been established to date, blueweed, hoary alyssum and mountain...

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ATV Wash Station

Vehicles, including all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), can pick up invasive plant seeds and transport them over long distances, contributing to the expanding range of infestations. Off-road vehicle use increases the risk of spreading invasive plants because greater numbers of seeds may be picked up off-road and off-trail. An ATV...

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Weed Free Forage Program

Various stakeholders working through the North East Invasive Plant Committee (NEIPC) and the Northwest Invasive Plant Council (NWIPC) are running a pilot program to develop and test a Weed-Free Forage Program for northern BC. The intent is to use the pilot and its findings to develop a Provincial program. View the Weed Free...

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Community Weed Pulls

​A community weed pull is a hands-on event designed to promote public awareness and involvement in invasive plant management.

Community groups learn about invasive plants and hand-pull priority invasive weeds on sensitive sites. In recognition of their work the NWIPC presents the community group with a $250 honorarium....

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News

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posted: June 2, 2017
Job Opportunity - NWIPC First Nations Coordinator

We're looking for a First Nations Coordinator to join the NWIPC team. Click here for the details on the position, and how to express your...

posted: June 15, 2016
Don’t Move A Mussel

DON’T MOVE A MUSSEL – LEARN MORE. HELP SPREAD THE MESSAGE, NOT THE MUSSEL

Zebra and quagga mussels put several of the assets we treasure...