Links to Invasive Plant Organizations and Info
Links for Invasive Plants
Statewide organizations that have information about invasive plants occurring in Orange County:
Orange County land managers and stewardship groups that have weed-control programs that address established as well as emergent invasive plants. Contact them to join in.
Audubon Starr Ranch Sanctuary volunteers work on weed control, restoration, wildlife monitoring projects, and other stewardship programs.
Bolsa Chica Conservancy volunteers work to restore the natural habitats of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands.
Chino Hills State Park has a variety of programs for volunteers, including as naturalists and native plant nursery caretakers.
Irvine Ranch Conservancy has ongoing volunteer programs to control invasive plants on IRC lands, and in other reserved lands under agreements with OC Parks, the City of Newport Beach, and other entities.
Laguna Canyon Foundation volunteers perform habitat restoration, among other projects, in Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and/or Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park
Newport Bay Conservancy performs numerous educational, restorative and other projects within the Upper Newport Bay Area.
OC Parks volunteers do habitat monitoring, restoration, and Native Garden work, among other programs, in the various OC Parks units.
Useful resources to better understand Orange County’s Emergent Invasive Plants.
Calflora list of our Emergent Invasive Plants will display a list from Calflora of the current OC CNPS Emergent Invasive Plants. Click on “Illustrated version of this list” to also see images of each plant.
Calflora records from OC will display every record in Calflora (including records from the Consortium of CA Herbaria and iNaturalist) for OC CNPS Emergent Invasive Plants. If you are not already, you will need to register with Calflora – it is easy, just click “LOGIN – REGISTER” in the right-hand corner.
PowerPoint presentation presented by OC CNPS at the Oct. 2015 Cal-IPC Annual Symposium.
Invasive Plant Mapping Workshop conducted on July 7, 2016.
Wilds or Weeds, [Too big for WP] OC CNPS general meeting Jan. 19, 2017. PowerPoint presentation about Emergent Invasive Plants.
Complete downloadable packet of all current Plant Profiles. [Where, how big?]This is a useful tool for land managers, staff and volunteers to assist with the detection of Emergent Invasive Plants. Simple, two-sided PDF format.