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Kudzu in Choctaw County

Kudzu (Pueraria montana) blankets an area near railroad tracks in Choctaw county. Photo Bruce Hoagland.

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Announcements and Events:

Registration Open for 2010 Annual Meeting, July 14th at the OSU-OKC Campus at 900 N. Portland, 3rd Floor Conference Room in the Student Union Building.

Oklahoma Senate Bill 1330 establishing an Invasive Plant Task Force.

Online Membership Registration for 2010 now available.

Keep on top of invasive plant issues in Oklahoma - join the OKinvasive listserv.


Featured Items:

Draft list of Invasive Plant Species in Oklahoma.

Invasive diatom found in southeastern Oklahoma - Rock Snot in Lower Mountain Fork River! Report published in current issue of Publications of the Oklahoma Biological Survey.

OkIPC Mission:

To facilitate efficient and effective management of invasive plants for the protection of the economic and natural resources of Oklahoma’s private and public land and water.


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Oklahoma Biological Survey
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Norman, OK 73019
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