Invasive Plant Management


Invasive plants are nonnative plants that invade native plant communities, out-compete natives, and often form monocultures. Our goal at RMBL is to control the spread of invasive plants and restore native plant communities. We conduct experiments and use local expertise from RMBL scientists to inform weed management. Management strategies that are effective at RMBL are most likely to work in similar high mountain environments. Questions and feedback can be directed to the Science Director.

Western Salsify- potentially invasive
Linaria vulgaris
Yellow Toadflax- invasive





Ox-Eye Daisy- invasive
Scentless Chamomile- invasive





Canada Thistle- invasive
Field Pennycress – NOT invasive





Smooth Brome- invasive