- "Don't Move Firewood" pilot project report to U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
- Invasive Species Council Strategic Plan
- Council Fact Sheet
- Invasive Species Management Priorities
- State Noxious Weed Funding Report to the 2007 Washington Legislature
- Invasive Species Policy for Letters of Support for Projects
- Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5385 (Full Text)
- Final Bill Report ESSB 5385 (Summary)
Invasive Species Fact SheetsSee the Invasive Species Council Priorities page for additional individual species information.
- Brazilian Elodea
- Citrus and Asian Longhorned Beetles
- Feral Swine
- Gypsy Moth
- New Zealand Mud Snail
- Variable - Leaf Mifoil
- Zebra and Quagga Mussel
- Assessment of Invasive Species in Puget Sound Area
- Assessment Maps of Species in Puget Sound Area
- List of Aquatic Invasive Species Infested Waters in Washington
- National Invasive Species Council News - April
Outreach MaterialsThe Invasive Species Council offers educational materials, free of charge. Supplies are limited, so please use these items for educational purposes or to increase awareness of invasive species and the reporting number for invasive species sightings.
- Carabineers with picture cards
- Strategic Plan
- Wallet cards
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|Downloadable Animal Invasive Species Field Guide|
Don't Move Firewood Education and Outreach Campaign
To spread the word about potential dangers of transporting firewood carrying live invasive insects and diseases, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho have teamed up to lead an education and outreach campaign. Learn more about the campaign and available outreach materials.
Spread the Word
The Washington Invasive Species Council thanks the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for its generous support.