Invasive Plant Maps

Well over 30,000 individual data points have been collected from 2013-2016 for invasive plant species across the Reservation and directly adjacent lands. This is a collaborative effort between the Land Operations/Range program, Okanogan & Ferry County Noxious Weed Boards. 

Having an intensive invasive species survey allows for quick action to control new invaders, monitor weed spread, anticipate what weeds may come in after a fire has passed through an area, apply for funding and so much more. 

Please contact the Land Operations Program at 509-634-2338 if you have specific questions on weed locations or weed identification. 

 Above: This maps illustrates the invasive plant survey information collected from 2013-2016.

Above: This maps illustrates the invasive plant survey information collected from 2013-2016.

 Above: This map illustrates the locations of biological controls that were released in 2016. Releases were focused on recently burned areas, to help increase insect populations after the burn. Learn more about the biocontrol program here. 

Above: This map illustrates the locations of biological controls that were released in 2016. Releases were focused on recently burned areas, to help increase insect populations after the burn. Learn more about the biocontrol program here.