Crown Terrestrial Invasive Plant Network

Re-established in 2017, the Crown Terrestrial Invasive Plant Network is comprised of key individuals from agencies and non-profit organizations who are committed to collaboration and communication on the management of terrestrial invasive species.



The Crown Terrestrial Invasive Plant Network holds biannual conference calls to discuss emerging issues, success stories and challenges, new management and strategies. The network formed out of interest developed at the 2015 CMP Forum on Terrestrial Invasive Plants.


Current Projects

A small working group is updating and revising the very popular Invasive Plants of the Crown of the Continent Field Guide.


Get involved

If you would like to join the conversation and become a part of the Crown Terrestrial Invasive Plant Network or to contribute to the printing of the revised invasive plant guide; follow the link below.

Participating members include: Crown Managers Partnership, Alberta Environment and Parks, US Forest Service, East Kootenai Invasive Species Council, University of Montana, Flathead Biological Station, Parks Canada-Waterton Lakes National Park, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Glacier National Park, Milk River Watershed Council Canada, BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, Blood Tribe Land Management, Blackfeet Nation, Alberta Invasive Plant Council