Regional Committees of BC
The management of invasive plants and species continues to improve, thanks to the dedication, passion, and hard work of BC’s 13 Regional Committees.
Each committee looks after invasive species in a specific region. Committee activities vary from on-the-ground management of invasive plants or species, community outreach and stewardship events, and working with the public, government, and stakeholders to achieve their unique missions and objectives.
The ISC works closely with regional committees to jointly deliver on a diverse range of projects, special programs, and on-the-ground activities. Joint ventures include the Communities Pulling Together weed pulls, Training Workshops, and the completed Hot Spots program.
|Regional Committees during a field tour in Penticton. Photo: Lisa Scott
An interactive map of BC and printable PDF map is available to put you in contact with a Regional Committee near you. There are great folks on these teams who can provide helpful information and resources, and they are always seeking volunteers to help combat invasive plants and species. If you don’t mind having fun, wearing out some gloves, and seeing results for your efforts, then we want to hear from you—you’d be surprised how much you can help!
We encourage you to join others who are making a difference by learning simple prevention habits. It’s amazing how the small things we do or don’t do can change our landscape, right outside our own doors!
Together is better – join the ISC and your Regional Committee today! To learn more about ways you can help, click here.
View the interactive map that provides detailed contact information for each region working on invasive plant management. The map is available under Partners.