Membership

Join invasive species managers, industry professionals, private and commercial applicators, non-governmental organizations, educators and concerned citizens by becoming a member of CWMA.

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Legislative and Policy Action

CWMA is championing the industry by ensuring that rules and regulations at the state level help and not hurt your ability to perform your job. CWMA is part of coalitions that advocate for the industry by reviewing proposed legislation, taking positions and developing grassroots action.

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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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Knotweed

Noxious Weed Awareness Campaign

Learn about noxious weeds and steps you can take to manage or eradicate.  Each month we will bring you a new profile and helpful resources.

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Featured News and Events

Educational Resources

Insectary Tour and Networking Lunch on Aug 13

Join CWMA and RiversEdgeWest for a Tour of the Palisade Insectary and a Networking Lunch on August 13th. Enjoy the Palisade Insectary and the Peach Festival with friends and colleagues. Lunch will be provided. Register today! Learn more.

New Technician Training

A brand new program for you and your employees! We have two courses for technicians – one for unlicensed unexperienced technicians, covering 9 hours of required training, and the other for unlicensed experienced technicians, covering 4 hours of required training. Both are online and on-demand, giving you easy access to the training you need.
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Save the date for our 2022 CWMA Winter Training on December 7-8. Registration will open in the fall. Members can apply for a Professional Development Grant to cover the cost of registration. Learn more.

The Colorado Weed Management Association is looking for active members to run for the Board of Directors. If you or someone you know is interested in getting involved, nomination applications are due in October. Learn more.

End of Summer Sale on Weed Booklets running August 1-31!

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