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Creating a Cascadia Prairie Oak Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA)
A Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) is a local partnership that coordinates efforts to address the threat of invasive plants across jurisdictional boundaries. Although multiple CWMA’s exist in Washington and Oregon, none are focused specifically on prairie-oak habitat. The goal of the Cascadia Prairie Oak Weed Management Area is to provide a coordinated effort to prevent and control invasives throughout prairie oak habitat of the Willamette Valley-Puget Trough-Georgia Basin ecoregion. Although groups are already working together within their locales on multiple topics, this would increase collaboration and communication specifically on weed control and expand communication throughout the range from Eugene to Vancouver Island and everything in between.
Are you already familiar with what a CWMA is?
Are you a member of an existing CWMA or similar group?
If yes, what CWMA or weed group are you involved with?
What habitat(s) do you manage?
What are the goals of your management (broadly)?
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