Resources for Invasives

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10 Ways to Protect Your Woodland Property

Ten Ways include: protecting fire risk, trespass and liability, your health in the woods, wildlife damage, destructive cutting practices, invasive pests, water quality, soil resources, woodland health, and scenic beauty.

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Common and Glossy Buckthorn

Identification, spread and control of common and glossy buckthorn

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Common Terrestrial Invasive Plants in Wisconsin

Identification and location in Wisconsin

Controlling invasive species in your forest

The keys to controlling any kind of non-native, invasive plant infestation is to attack it early and keep at it until it is completely wiped out. There are a number of ways to go about it and you can choose the methods that best fit you.

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Five steps for new woodland owners

Things you can do to protect your woodland investment

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Garlic Mustard

Identification and control methods for garlic mustard

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Go play…and bring your phone

Applications you can use in your woodland

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How to Hire a Contractor for Land Management Activities

This publication explores the hiring of contractors and the resources which exist to help landowners hire just the right person for the land management task.

Identifying and treating invasive species in the spring

Early spring is a great time to control invasive plants

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Japanese Barberry Management Guide

Japanese barberry was introduced from Japan around 1875. It is commonly planted for ornamental reasons (its scarlet fruit and autumnal foliage in shades of orange, red, and crimson make it an attractive hedge), as well as for wildlife and erosion control. It is an invasive shrub in Wisconsin’s woodlands.