If you are interested in finding out more about invasive weed removal, native planting, or forest regeneration, then check out these helpful online resources.
ISCBC is a registered charity and non-profit society, helping work together to stop the spread of invasive species in BC.
Invasive species are prioritized at a Provincial scale using a science-based risk assessment process.
Reporting invasive species may help land managers respond quickly and be able to control the population before it spreads too widely!
Brochure produced by the Invasive Species Council of BC. Lists recommended pants that can be planted to replace invasives that have been removed
Seminal Report put out in 1981 US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. What makes an old-growth forest?
Good list of native plants put out by the Oregon State University
Prepared by Naomi W. Reichstein, Greenest City Scholar, 2018
Prepared for the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation
Planning and Research Department
Designed by Vancouver park steward, Damian Assadi, this virtual outdoor classroom connects students with nature through short, fun lessons about native species. This series is suitable for elementary (Episodes 1-3) and high-school (episodes 4-6) students, and will add interest to any curriculum.
“This is how you change the world, the smallest circles first… That humble energy, the kind that says, ‘I will do what I can do right now in my own small way,’ creates a ripple effect on the world.”Richard Wagamese, One Drum: Stories and Ceremonies for the Planet