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Membership

Colorado Weed Management Association (CWMA) members are dedicated to terrestrial and aquatic invasive species management. Our members include professional weed managers representing many government agencies, private and commercial applicators, non-governmental organizations and concerned citizens.

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Noxious Weeds

Noxious weeds are plants that are not native to our area. Most have come from Europe or Asia either accidentally or as ornamentals that have escaped. These plants have an advantage because the insects, diseases, and animals that normally controls them are not found here. Because these plants have developed specialized mechanisms to survive, they spread at an alarming rate.

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Colorado 4 Healthy Landscapes

Colorado for Healthy Landscapes is defining versatile ecological solutions that reflect Coloradans diverse relationships with our landscapes. Coupling science-based management approaches with regional outreach, C4HL is supporting local stewardship efforts and providing Coloradans with the tools to protect our ecosystems.

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Featured News and Events

2019 Calendar

The 2019 calendar is now in stock.  Quantities are limited so order soon.

Publication Orders

Join us Wednesday & Thursday, December 5-6, 2018 for the annual CWMA Conference held at the Two Rivers Convention Center at 159 Main St in Grand Junction, CO.

2018-President-Elect-BOD-Nomination The Colorado Weed Management Association is looking for active members to run for President Elect and the Board of Directors. If you or someone you know is interested in getting involved please send us

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Weeds are defined as undesirable plants or plants that oppose the management objectives of the land. This project conducts research and education activities designed to provide useful information to the public that is specific to weedy plants of the US, specifically Colorado.

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Weeds are defined as undesirable plants or plants that oppose the management objectives of the land. This project conducts research and education activities designed to provide useful information to the public that is specific to weedy plants of the US, specifically Colorado.

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