Regional Strategy

Cal-IPC is working with regional partners to set landscape-level strategies, secure implementation funding, and build a coordinated approach statewide. Click on the map to see regional efforts underway!

REGION UPDATES

Northwest

In August of 2015, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) funded an effort to eradicate 5 species over the next 5 years! Use the ID presentation on the 26 priority species to learn more about this region’s top concerns.

North Central

Strategic Plan and Eradication Workplan are complete. Funding opportunities worksheet is compiled. Many thanks to Marilyn McEvoy and Richard Tate for their work creating a stellar ID presentation of their 23 priority species.

Bay Area

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Cal-IPC has absorbed BAEDN and is furthering this Bay Area EDRR effort. NFWF and several local municipalities have helped fund removal work on Limonium ramosissimum and L. duriusculum around the Bay.

Central Coast

See the ID presentation on the 19 priority species. WMA chairs have verified infestation sizes and locations identified in their Eradication Workplan.

South Central Coast

In August of 2016, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) funded an effort to eradicate 5 species over the next 5 years. A regional team of weed warriors has embarked together on this regional effort.

South Coast

Strategic Plan drafted. Participants are sharing data/mapping priority species in Calflora.

North Sierra

Strategic Plan and Eradication Workplan are complete. Completed two years of treatment are funded by a Calfire Forest Health grant administered through CDFA. Additional funding from the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Climate Adaptation Fund has bolstered this effort. The initial regional effort was funded in part by the TTCF Nature Fund.

Central Sierra

Participants prioritized eradication and surveillance targets, in addition to a subset of concern species to remove from the 3-6,000′ elevation. A Forest Health grant administered through CDFA is available for the species in this zone, particularly in the heaviest hit tree mortality areas.

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