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Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver

The Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver, formerly the Greater Vancouver Invasive Plant Council, is a non profit society that is working to improve the way we manage invasive species in the Metro Vancouver region. There are many biological invaders in our region that threaten the environment, economy and public safety. The purpose of this site is to provide you with information about invasive species, specific species of interest in our region, control methods, ISCMV's services and to keep you updated on invasive species activities in the region.

What's New?2014 ISCMV Fall Forum Image

The ISCMV is holding its 2014 Annual Fall Forum on November 19, 2014. We have a great lineup of speakers that won't disappoint. Come and see the ISCMV treatment successes, join us for the unveiling of the Regional Invasive Species Strategy for Metro Vancouver and more! Check out the flyer/agenda highlights and register online before November 10th.

Find the Alienbusting team in your region and meet BC's most wanted Alien Invaders at www.alienbusters.ca

Alienbusters capture

Do you have knotweed on your property and want to know what to do about it? Check out our Knot on My Property resources. Videos and printed materials will help you plan your treatment strategy.

What does ISCMV do?

  • Raises the profile of invasive species
  • Provides education to the public and land managers on invasive species
  • Provides land managers assistance with planning invasive species management
  • Conducts on-the-ground management of invasive plants (inventory and control)
  • Conducts research activities pertaining to invasive species management
  • Provides regional direction on invasive species management