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Making a difference to on-ground management of invasive grasses — working together in a coordinated approach.
WeedScanTM is an app and website for identifying, reporting and managing priority weeds in Australia.
This report provides an overview of the proposed 20-year National Weed Biocontrol Pipeline Strategy.
The Weed Management Society of South Australia (WMSSA), on behalf of The Council of Australasian Weed Societies (CAWS), will be hosting the 22nd Australasian Weeds Conference (22AWC) at Adelaide Oval from 25-29 September 2022.
With Costa Georgiadis as the MC, the 2022 National Landcare Conference promises to be an inclusive and inspiring event for anyone who cares about sustainable management of natural and productive landscapes, community wellbeing and the environmental protection, enhancement and conservation of land, water, waterways and coasts.
The current Australian Weeds Strategy (2017-2027) provides a national framework for addressing weed issues whilst maintaining the profitability and sustainability of Australia’s primary industries and the reducing the impact of weeds on the environment.
The Australian Weeds Strategy (2007-2017) provided a framework to establish consistent guidance for all parties, and identifies priorities for weed management across the nation with the aim of minimising the impact of weeds on Australia’s environmental, economic and social assets.
The Environment and Invasives Committee’s Weeds Working Group commissioned this report in 2020 to analyse the WoNS initiative and develop a draft a framework to underpin the future of national established weed management.
Thirty-two Weeds of National Significance (known as WONS) have been identified based on their invasiveness, potential for spread and environmental, social and economic impacts. View their profiles.
Visit our extensive list of 398 weeds profiles to help you better identify, plan and manage your weed problem.
Not sure if it is a weed and need assistance? Use this lucid key to help you identify that weed in a few simple steps.
Not sure who is out there to help? Visit our list of organisations to connect with, from government agencies through to community groups and research organisations.