Select an invasive species from the list below to see the locations of known Orange County occurrences, as well as a status update from the chapter. P…
Invasive Watch List
The plants below are NOT yet reported from Orange County, but are in adjacent areas. We believe these are likely …
Links for Invasive Plants
Statewide organizations that have information about invasive plants occurring in Orange County:
Reporting an Invasive Plant
Early detection of a new population of an invasive plant is the first
and most essential step in controlli…
Emergent Invasive Plants
in Orange County
Our science-based priority candidates for
Early Detection and Rapid Response
Click on a p…
OC CNPS Emergent Invasive Plant Program
“Emergent” invasive plants are specific non-native species that have appeared recently in OC, a…
What is Invasive Plant
“Early Detection / Rapid Response”?
As defined by the California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC):
Conservation Update 2019 Sep | Aliso Creek Watershed; Environmental Roundtable with Rep Porter 45th District
DO YOU LIVE IN THE ALISO CREEK WATERSHED?
OCCNPS HOPES YOU CAN BE OUR LIAISON WITH OC PUBLIC WORKS’ NEW PLANNING PROCESS!
A new planning proce…
LITIGATION: ESPERANZA, AGAIN!
CNPS is once again a co-appellant in a new appeal re the proposed Esperanza Hills development. The development plan …
At our April 18 general meeting, President Brad Jenkins related news that an illegal trail had been cut down a steep, coastal sage cover…