CollectionSome common garden plants have become invasive pests in wild habitats. In Oregon, these invasives include some favorites such as English ivy and butterfly bush.
Online ResourceOur water, wildlife, and economy are threatened by invasive species. Travelers from faraway lands without predators here in Oregon, they spread quickly. Native plants and animals are pushed out, and entire ecosystems and agricultural areas can be seriously degraded or destroyed.
Online ResourceOur mission is to protect Oregon's natural resources and economy by planning and leading a coordinated and comprehensive campaign to prevent the introduction of invasive species and eradicate, contain or manage existing invasive species in Oregon.
OSU Extension CatalogWhat may appear at first glance as a sea of sagebrush is in reality a complex and diverse ecosystem with a wide variety of plants and animals. The sagebrush steppe teems with life, but threats such as wildfire, grazing and invasive species are affecting the resilience of rangeland across the...
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