The Ontario Invasive Plant Council
The Ontario Invasive Plant Council (OIPC) is a non-profit, multi-agency organization founded in April 2007 by a group of individuals and organizational representatives who saw the need for a coordinated provincial response to the growing threat of invasive plants. The goal of the OIPC is to enhance communication and partnership detection and management in Ontario. The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters has taken a lead role in the development of the Ontario Invasive Plant Council (OIPC), and provides housing and administrative support for the OIPC Coordinator, as well as serving on the OIPC Board of Directors.
Visit the OIPC website to check out invasive plant factsheets, field guides and best management practices, as well as our up-to-date calendar of events.
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