Strategic Plans & Action Plans
National & Regional
Gorse Action Group
The Gorse Action Group (GAG) is a collaborative group of representatives from federal, state, and county agencies and nonprofit organizations seeking to work together to assess the extent of gorse and create a strategic plan for control on the southern Oregon coast. Visit the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance website to learn more.
Western Invasives Network
Pacific Ballast Water Group
Western Regional Panel
Pacific NorthWest Economic Region
The Western Invasives Network mission is to prevent the introduction and to control the spread of the most harmful invasive plant species in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington by coordinating information and activities of Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMAs) and willing land managers. Visit the Cascade Pacific website to learn more.
The Pacific Ballast Water Group (PBWG) serves as a coordinating body to share information and formulate consensus solutions on ballast water management and research issues of common concern to regulators, managers, scientists and the shipping industry on the West Coast. The mission of the PBWG is to promote development and implementation of safe, economical, effective management of aquatic nuisance species associated with West Coast shipping. Visit the Aquatic Invasive Species Network website to learn more.
The Western Regional Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species was formed in 1997 to help limit the introduction, spread and impacts of aquatic nuisance species into the Western Region of North America. Visit the Western Regional Panel website to learn more.
The Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) is a statutory public/private non-profit created in 1991 by the states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Washington, and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Visit the Pacific NorthWest Economic Region website to learn more.
Invasive Species Tools
iMapInvasives is an interactive online GIS-based invasive species data management program. The iMapInvasives network is a consortium of programs in several US states and a Canadian province, and is led by NatureServe, an international conservation organization with a proven record of biodiversity data management and conservation research. Visit the Oregon iMapInvasives website to learn more.