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Baseline Inventory

The KP-CWMA conducted a baseline invasive plant inventory across the Kenai Peninsula through targeted field surveys. These on-the-ground surveys help identify the extent and pattern of non-native plant invasions on the Kenai Peninsula. The data is available through a statewide non-native plant database, Alaska Exotic Plant Information Clearinghouse (AKEPIC). Through the CWMA, land managers should be able to identify which non-native, invasive plant species have the greatest potential for becoming established and/or spread across the Kenai Peninsula. These species can then be targeted for effective management and eradication efforts.

Download the report:
"Non-native Plants of the Kenai Peninsula: Summary of a 2-year Roadside Inventory" (1Mb)

 

 

 

 


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