Survey on Utility of Compiled Plant Lists
There has been recent interest and discussion around development of a national list of invasive plants compiling lists developed by invasive plant councils. Such a "meta-list" has already been developed for the Midwest. The goal of this brief survey is to collect qualitative information on use of and perceptions about the Midwestern regional list (see Any input provided will inform potential development of a national resource. It may also be used to inform future improvements to the MIPN regional plant list. Please contact Clair Ryan, MIPN Coordinator ( with any questions about the survey.
Which describes you? (click all that apply)
What state or province do you live in?
About how frequently do you look at the MIPN regional plant list on average?
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What is your overall opinion of the MIPN regional plant list?
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Which of the following best represents your opinion regarding the MIPN regional plant list's legend?
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For what purposes have you used the MIPN regional plant list? (check all that apply)
If you would like to provide any detail about a specific instance in which you have used the MIPN regional plant list, please do so below.
In what format do you use the MIPN plant list?
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If there was a national list showing regulatory and non-regulatory listing status of invasive plants for the entire U.S., would you use it?
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If a national compilation of state-based invasive plant lists could be developed, please indicate your perception of the following potential uses.
Not useful
Maybe useful
Likely useful
Very useful
As an early detection tool
As an education tool
As an advocacy tool
To inform risk or status assessments
To prioritize management
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Do you have other uses for a national compiled list in mind? Anything else we should be thinking about? Let us know!
If you're willing to provide your email for follow-up, please do so here.
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