What Can You Do?

INVASIVE SPECIES ARE A GLOBAL PROBLEM AND YOU CAN PLAY A PART IN PREVENTING THEIR INTRODUCTION AND SPREAD. THE GOAL OF THIS SECTION IS TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON HOW EVERYONE CAN TAKE ACTION AND PREVENT THE INTRODUCTION AND SPREAD OF INVASIVE SPECIES.


Education & Awareness

Develop your plant identification skills:


GET INVOLVED!

 


REPORT

The earlier weeds are reported, the better chance of control


GO NATIVE

Native species have evolved with traits suited to Montana’s ecosystems. Limit the chances of introducing an invasive by:

  • Using native plants and seeds
  • Ask your local nursery to start carrying more native plants. Knowing your plant source. Many invasive species are unintentionally transported on nursery stock and seed mixes
  • Try to avoid disturbing natural areas whenever possible
  • Planting, mulching, or covering disturbed or bare areas

RECREATE RESPONSIBILITY

Try to Leave No Trace. Not only will you prevent the spread of weeds, but you will also help preserve the health and beauty of Montana’s landscape.
Before traveling, clean or brush off your:

  • Shoes and clothes
  • Pets and stock
  • Vehicles and tires
  • Drain, Clean, Dry your boat and watercraft
  • Any other equipment that can carry seeds or plants
  • Follow the slogan Play Clean Go. To stop invsasive species in your tracks.

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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.

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