Western Invasives Network
WIN Quarterly Newsletters
Cascade Pacific RC&D WIN Coordinator Troy Abercrombie, is now providing a quarterly newsletter! Click the pdf below to read about new and interesting happening in noxious weed control.
Oregon iMapInvasives Resources
iMapInvasives is an international GIS-based online platform for collecting, managing, and sharing invasive species data. Oregon iMapInvasives is available for free to all resource managers and interested citizens. The iMapInvasives network is a consortium of programs in several US states and a Canadian province. Here in Oregon, Cascade Pacific has partnered with Portland State University to fiscally sponsor the Oregon iMapInvasives.
Oregon adopted the iMapInvasives program to support early detection and rapid response efforts throughout the state and to provide a standardized, accessible site for sharing plant and animal sightings amongst the many groups that collect invasive species data. The Oregon iMap program is supported by annual subscriptions from partner organizations. As part of your subscription you will receive a copy of the statewide iMapInvasives dataset, and ensure that the iMap service remains available to all Oregonians.
Please contact iMap Site Manager Lindsey Wise at PSU for questions about how to use iMap and WIN Coordinator Troy Abercrombie for questions about how to apply for a subscription. To learn more about iMap Resources click on the links below.
iMap Resources website: https://sites.google.com/site/orimapresources/home
iMap public map (species distribution): http://imapinvasives.org/orimi/map/
iMap login: http://imapinvasives.org/orimi/login/?next=/orimi/
Weed Awareness Flyers
- Coltsfoot Flyer
- Garlic Mustard Flyer
- Giant Hogweed Flyer
- Italian Arum Flyer
- Japanese Knotweed Flyer
- Lesser Celandine Flyer
- Ludwigia Flyer
- Orange Hawkweed Flyer
- Poison Hemlock Flyer
- Purple Loosestrife Flyer
- Scotch Broom Flyer
- Teasel Flyer
- Yellow Archangel Flyer
- Yellow Flag Iris Flyer
Customizable templates available upon request. Please contact WIN Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Invasives Efforts & Resources in Oregon and Washington
Weed Mapper (maps noxious weeds in Oregon)