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.

Take Action

To preserve the beauty and natural areas of this region, it is critical that we all take responsible action and know how to prevent the spread of harmful invasive species in our backyards and beyond.

Taking responsible action for invasive species also reduces economic and social issues (such as human health and safety).

You Can Help:

Reporting Invasives

We are especially looking for reports in the Capital Region of:

Invasive Plant Disposal

Please spread the word not invasives! Carefully dispose of invasive plants at the appropriate locations.  This is very important to help reduce the further spread of invasive plants. Invasive spread from inappropriate or illegal dumping is a major problem.

Land Managers

If you are a Land Manager in the Capital Region - connect with CRISP for information, support and potential partnership opportunities. 

Public

As a resident of the Capital Region, you can do your part to prevent invasive spread and reducing the impacts of invaders. 

Volunteers

There is a variety of volunteer opportunities in the Capital Region. Take action and volunteer!

Horticulture Industry

The Provincial PlantWise program offers great opportunities for Horticulture Industry partners.  Find out more and work together with us to stop the sale and purchase of harmful invasive plants in BC.