CRISP - Capital Region Invasive Species Partnership

CRISP

Efficient and effective invasive species management: increasing regional collaboration, information sharing, planning and programs.

CRISP

Invasive species pose threats to our economy, environment and humans, including health.

Who Are We?

The Capital Regional Invasive Species Partnership

The Capital Region Invasive Species Partnership (CRISP) provides more efficient and effective invasive species management in the Capital Region through regional collaboration, information sharing, planning and programs. We are a collaborative partnership of local governments, also partnered with the Invasive Species Council of BC and working closely with other agencies and major land managers.

 

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CRISP members are designated representatives from:

  • Local governments: thirteen municipalities of the Capital Regional and the Capital Regional District (CRD)

We work to partner with:

  • First Nations with traditional territories within the Capital Region
  • Regional and Provincial invasive programs
  • Major land managers in the region

Note: CRISP’s work does not currently include partnerships on the Gulf Islands and but includes some limited work within the Juan de Fuca Electoral Area.

Click map to view. The CRISP area includes all the mainland Capital Region municipalities (not the Gulf Islands) and parts of the Juan de Fuca Electoral Area, incudling CRD Regional Parks lands.

CRISP members are designated representatives from:

  • City of Colwood
  • City of Langford
  • City of Victoria
  • Capital Regional District
  • District of Central Saanich
  • District of Highlands
  • District of Metchosin
  • District of North Saanich
  • District of Oak Bay
  • District of Saanich
  • District of Sooke
  • Township of Esquimalt
  • Town of Sidney
  • Town of View Royal

CRISP gratefully acknowledges funding and/or support from: