Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council

Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council

The mission of the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council is to support the management of invasive exotic plants in Florida's natural areas by providing a forum for the exchange of scientific, educational and technical information. The Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council is a non-profit organization and is not a regulatory agency.

2016 FLEPPC Annual Symposium

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Wildland Weeds

Other Resources

Research and Educational Grants


» Invasive Species Plant Lists: A Step Toward Consistency Among SE-EPPC Chapters

» View National Association of EPPCs Update

» SE-EPPC Grant Project Wraps Up

» Funding for the UF/IFAS Fort Pierce biological control quarantine facility vetoed by Governor Scott.

» View The Turtle and the Tree (2 mins, 20 secs), a short simple video on the positive effects of removing Australian pine trees from Keewaydin Island, Florida where loggerhead turtles have long nested.

» Ten Ways to Observe National Invasive Species Awareness Week<

» The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 2014 Pulling Together Initiative Request for Proposals

» USDA Q-37 Comments