Invasive Species
Invasive Species

Invasive Species

DoD developed this page to help installation natural resources managers and others protect natural resources on our nation's military lands. To address the growing ecological and economic damage caused by invasive species, Executive Order 13751 directs federal agencies to:

"...prevent the introduction of invasive species and provide for their control, and to minimize the economic, plant, animal, ecological, and human health impacts that invasive species cause..."

E.O. 13751 defines an 'invasive species' as a "non-native organism whose introduction causes or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm, or harm to human, animal, or plant health."

    

 

 

Fact Sheets

Bad Neighbors: Invasive Species: Impacts on the Environment Invasive Species? pdf [602 KB]

Outreach flyer that explains the impact of invasive species common to the NC Sandhills area, and gives some examples and what the general public can do to help control the spread of problematic non-native invasive plants.

Fact Sheet: Model Invasive Species Control Project: Yellow Starthistle (NR) pdf [152 KB]
Field Evaluation of Chemical Methods for Brown Tree Snake Management pdf [121 KB]
Feral Swine and DoD
Invasive Species and the Military