Forest Invasive Species
Invasive species aggressively compete with and displace native species communities. Nonnative invasive species impact every ecosystems in Minnesota. The result can be loss and destruction of forage and habitat for wildlife, lost forest productivity, reduced groundwater levels, soil degradation, increased risk of devastating wildfires, and diminished recreational enjoyment.
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- Minnesota noxious weeds
- WI invasive species best management practices
- WI gallery of invasive plants
- USDA—Forest Service publications
- USDA plants
- Minnesota's Urban and Community Forest Best Management Practices for Preventing the Introduction, Establishment, and Spread of Invasive Species
- Division of Forestry Guidelines on Invasive Species Prevention June 2016
- Fact sheet for vendors, contractors, lessees, and permit holders working on DNR-administered land
- Firewood program
Invasive species detection and rapid response
- Invasive plants
- Gypsy moth
- MDA noxious Weed Law