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Invasive Plants and Agricultural Pest Management

Welcome to Alaska's Invasive Plant Program. Our program coordinates prevention, outreach, and management strategies for invasive plant issues through collaboration with land managers, agencies, organizations, and policy makers across Alaska. These efforts are guided by the implementation of our Strategic Plan and relevant noxious weed regulation and policy. Our goal is to help keep Alaska's pristine landscapes and natural resources free from impacts of noxious and invasive plants.

Elodea in Alaska

Mat-Su Borough


Amended Alexander Lake Environmental Assessment September 2016

Elodea in Anchorage, a Project Update 2015

The Integrated Pest Management Plant (IPM) for the eradication of elodea in Anchorage is currently in draft form and is available on request at the contact information below.

Anchorage Lakes Elodea Eradication Project: Environmental Assessment, June 2015

U.S. Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Region 7, Alaska. Finding of No Significant Impact

Sand Lake, Little Campbell, DeLong Lake (Anchorage) Pesticide use permit

Pesticide Use Permit Emergency Exemption for Elodea Control in Lk. Hood


Elodea and the Copper River Watershed Project


Environmental Assessment March 2017


Stormy and Daniels Lake Elodea Eradication Project: Environmental Assessment 2013

Sport Lake Supplemental Environmental Assessment April 2017

Kenai Peninsula Elodea management plan


For More Information Contact:

1-877-INVASIV (468-2748)
or contact Dan Coleman
Invasive Weeds and Agricultural Pest Coordinator