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California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC)

Across California, invasive plants damage wildlands. Invasive plants displace native plants and wildlife, increase wildfire and flood danger, consume valuable water, degrade recreational opportunities, and destroy productive range and timber lands. Cal-IPC works with land managers, researchers, policy makers, and concerned citizens to protect the state from invasive plants.

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Description Across California, invasive plants damage wildlands. Invasive plants displace native plants and wildlife, increase wildfire and flood danger, consume valuable water, degrade recreational opportunities, and destroy productive range and timber lands. Cal-IPC works with land managers, researchers, policy makers, and concerned citizens to protect the state from invasive plants.
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Source California Invasive Plant Council
Keyword Invasive plants; Non-native plants
Selector Knaub
Date Of Record Creation 2004-02-27 07:16:39
Date Last Modified 2011-04-12 11:40:46
Language EN
Record Number 1137
Date Record Checked: 2011-04-12 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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