Invasive Species

Garden Smart Oregon

Online Resource

A guide to non-invasive plants.

Know Your Forest Learning Library

Online Resource

Looking for practical information about managing your forestland? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together an extensive library of resources to help you reach your goals.

Managing Moles

Fact Sheet

Moles are insectivores, eating earthworms, grubs, beetles, and insect larvae. Occasionally they may
sample bulbs, root crops, and sprouting seeds, but there is disagreement among scientists on this point.

Managing Gophers

Fact Sheet

Pocket gophers are burrowing rodents that can cause a great deal of damage to vegetation, buried cables, dikes, and plastic irrigation pipe. Unlike moles, pocket gophers feed almost exclusively on plant material below and occasionally above ground.
teasl pods are often invasive spieces

Nonnative Invasive Plants of Pacific Coast Forests

Online Resource

Nonnative Invasive Plants of Pacific Coast Forests

Life on the Dry Side Newsletter

Newsletter

OSU Forestry & Natural Resources Newsletter: Serving land managers and owners east of the Cascades.

On the Lookout for Invasive Tunicates: Identification Guide for Early Detection and Response

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Aquatic invasive tunicates ID guide for the west coast of North America.

Key Aquatic Invasive Species Watch: Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris in the Eastern Pacific

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Potentially invasive species to watch for on marine debris, including Japanese tsunami debris.

Oregon's Working Waterfront Tour series [online videos]

OSU Sea Grant Publication

A series of online videos about some of the occupations and activities comprising the working waterfronts of the Oregon Coast.

The Asian Jumping Worm (Amynthas spp.) [visuals]

OSU Sea Grant Publication

A visual guide to the invasive Asian jumping worm.