Strategy and Containment

Over the course of late 2007 and early 2008, an Invasive Plant Regional Strategic Plan was collaboratively developed and adopted by all land managers. The Plan was created by the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Invasive Plant Committee (CCCIPC) and covers the geographic regions included in the Cariboo Regional District and Central Coast Regional District. As a board member, the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) is actively involved in all aspects of the CCCIPC’s activities. Strategies and a detailed prioritization process were developed for all invasive plant species of concern. The entire Invasive Plant Regional Strategic Plan can be found at the CCCIPC's website at http://cccipc.ca/index.php/resources/regional-strategic-plans.

Upon review of invasive plant density and distribution patterns and implementation of the strategies outlined in the plan, it was deemed necessary to develop containment lines for the species field scabious, dalmatian toadflax, yellow, and orange hawkweed. CCCIPC members will reassemble each fall to reassess the Plan’s efficacy and adjust priorities and strategies to reflect fluctuations in invasive plant populations based on inventory and mapping data. Refer to the links below for maps depicting the containment areas for field scabious, dalmatian toadflax, yellow, and orange hawkweed.


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