The Montana Weed Control Association (MWCA) is a member-supported non-profit organization.
MWCA members are dedicated to terrestrial and aquatic invasive species management. Our members include professional weed managers representing many government agencies, private and commercial applicators, non-governmental organizations and concerned citizens.
Our goal is to facilitate long-term, ecologically based, integrated noxious weed management programs throughout Montana.
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Montana Nonprofit Association Virtual Conference
Many CWMA’s across Montana are nonprofit-based and the Montana Nonprofit Association is an extremely valuable resource for any nonprofit, including MWCA. The week of September 21st, the MNA is hosting its first ever virtual conference. Many MWCA board members are attending, not only for the valuable knowledge, but to see how a virtual platform works for a major conference. In the past, MNA has had over 400 attendees at their in-person conferences.
Megan Hoyer (Yellowstone County Weed District) and Pam Schwend (Carbon County Weed District) have developed yet another education video for young students! Check it out here: 4 Grade Noxious Weed Education.mp4 The experiments with special effects was awesome too!
On September 10, the MWCA Board of Directors voted to cancel the fall MWCA Weed Manager Training in Deer Lodge that was to be held October 14 & 15 due to COVID concerns and uncertainty. It is with great hope that in 2021 we can continue with our weed manager trainings in the spring and […]