Project resources

WSU has support to co-develop resources and materials for Washington Tribes.

Outreach Materials

Visit our outreach materials page to see examples of the educational materials we can design and produce for you at no cost.

First Detector Workshops

We are also available to organize in-person or virtual workshops about invasive species effects on cultural resources. Contact us to request outreach materials or discuss workshops.

Monthly Office Hours (virtual)

We are available for questions and answers every month over the phone or through Zoom. Visit our Events page to find the next office hour.

Funding sources for invasive species monitoring and control

Tribal council resources

DOI Bureau of Indian Affairs – Invasive Species Program

The BIA Invasive Species Program can provide funding to assist Tribes in prevention and management of invasive species. Visit the above link to learn more about their application and feel free to contact us if we can be of any assistance.

Intertribal Timber Council

Intertribal Nursery Council

Intertribal Agriculture Council

Examples of Tribal invasive species management plans

Terrestrial and Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan, Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians

Additional WSU resources


WSU Extension Forestry – Invasive Forest Weeds Resources

Aquatic Ecosystems

WSU Extension Aquatic Invasive and Noxious Plants


WSU Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology Research – Elk Hoof Disease

Prairies and range lands

WSU Weeders of the West Blog


WSU Extension Weed Identification Services

WSU Biological Control (Biocontrol)

Partner resources

Selected national resources