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Noxious Weed Program Overview
Program overview
The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) Noxious Weed Control Program provides a statewide leadership role for coordination and management of state listed noxious weed. The state program focuses on noxious weed control efforts by implementing early detection and rapid response projects for new invasive noxious weeds, implementing biological control, implementing statewide inventory and survey, assisting the public and cooperators through technology transfer and noxious weed education, maintains noxious weed data and maps for priority listed noxious weeds, and provides assistance to land managers and cooperators with integrated weed management projects. The Noxious Weed Control Program also supports the Oregon State Weed Board with administration of the OSWB Grant Program, developing statewide management objectives, maintaining the State Noxious Weed List, and developing Weed Risk Assessments.

State weed policy & and classificaton (PDF)

Oregon noxious weed strategic plan

Invasive weed economic assessment

Early detection & rapid response