The Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council (MAIPC) provides regional leadership to effectively address the threat of invasive plants to the native flora, fauna, and natural habitats of the Mid-Atlantic. The council coordinates regional efforts to gather and share information on the identification, management and prevention of invasive species, provide training and volunteer opportunities and to identify research needs. The Council is represented by members from Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
This year, the Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council is sponsoring the second annual region-wide Invasive Plant Removal Day. This marks the 6th anniversary of the initiative for Virginia on a state-level, but the 2nd annual event for the mid-Atlantic region. Please join in on the effort by visiting the event page!
Are you an organization or community group that often hosts invasive plant removal in your county or neighborhood? Register your event today!
Are you a citizen or volunteer who wants to get involved with invasive plant removal in your community? Check out the event listings for your state to see where organizations or groups are hosting an event in your area.