|A Management Guide for Invasive Plants in Southern Forests
|This book provides the latest information on how to organize and enact prevention programs, build strategies, implement integrated procedures for management, and proceed towards site rehabilitation an
|Biocontrol Factsheets for Invasive Species
|Peer-reviewed weed biocontrol publications for use by land managers and landowners
|Controlling Invasive Plans
|Helpful PDF guide from North Carolina Botanical Garden
|EMERALD ASH BORER Insecticide Guide
|This guide is intended to assist N.C. homeowners & natural resource professionals in selecting and applying a pesticide to treat or protect ash trees from emerald ash borer. Regardless of the content
|Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association
|The Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association is a nonprofit working to restore a healthy, living creek that connects people and nature in Durham.
|Glyphosate: Uses, Safety and Environmental Impact
|Glyphosate is an herbicide and main ingredient in Roundup, a popular brand of weedkillers. Research shows a potential link between prolonged and high levels of exposure and increased risk of cancer.
|How I learned to love toxic chemicals
|A great story by Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank about how he learned that using herbicides is the only effective way to deal with invasive species.
|Invasive Species Calendar of Control - Southern Indiana
|Excellent graphical display of what to use when to control invasives
|Invasive Species Teaching Resources
|From Science Lessons That Rock
|Mistaken Identity: Invasive Plants and Their Look-Alikes
|NC Invasive Plants
|Species fact sheets and tools by region within North Carolina
|National Invasive Species Information Center
|The gateway to invasive species information; covering U.S. federal, state, local, and international sources.
|North American Invasive Species Management Association
|National organization helping to remove invasives across North America
|Pulling Down the Purple Reign
|A Guide to Whacking Wisteria: step by step guidelines for removing wisteria
|The Goat Squad
|Since 2012, The Goat Squad’s Mission has been to offer vegetation removal, educate people about native plants, and introduce our herd of useful and friendly goats.
|The Secret Life of Plant Killers
|To take out invasives, the US relies on crews wielding hatchets, chainsaws, and herbicide. It’s a messy, fun job—but it may not be enough to stop the spread.
|Tips for Using Tools
|We commonly use saws, loppers, shears, chainsaws and more to remove invasives. This document offers tips for each kind of tool.
|Triangle Land Conservancy
|Improving Our Lives Through Conservation
|Woodland Invasives: Doing Battle with Non-Native Plants
|A wonderful story of how David Paganelli took on a seemingly overwhelming bunch of invasives on his 20 acre property.