The California Invasive Plant Council is in the business of protecting nature in California. We help natural resource managers determine which plants in which places cause ecological harm and then design and implement the best ways to remove them. We also lead regional projects ourselves, for instance to remove invasive sea lavender from San Francisco Bay tidal marshes or desert knapweed in the Anza Borrego Desert.
Cal-IPC has also been busy in Sacramento advocating for strong and strategic invasive plant management. Our 2019 Spring Campaign runs from April 15- 26 to raise funds for our work. Last year, we secured $2M for local high-priority weed management projects across the state, and this spring we are working hard to make that funding permanent as part of the state’s new Biodiversity Initiative.
Please donate to help us continue this work!
[You can donate directly to the campaign from this page, or through one of the individual team members by selecting "The Team" from the menu above. Thank you!]