EQIP, WHIP, and AMA - Summary Data Contracts Specifying Plant Condition, Noxious and Invasive Plants, as a Resource Concern
EQIP and WHIP - 2008 Farm Bill as of Fiscal Year 2012, 2nd Quarter
AMA – 2002 and 2008 Farms Bills as of Fiscal Year 2012, 3rd Quarter
FA Dollars Obligated
Source: EQIP and WHIP ProTracts, 2008 Farm Bill, FY12, 2nd Quarter; AMA ProTracts, 2002 and 2008 Farm Bills, FY12, 3rd Quarter.All contracts specifying Plant Condition, Noxious and Invasive Plants,
as a resource concern.
Note: Contracts may be treating additional resource concerns, along with their associated practices,
in addition to the Plant Condition, Noxious and Invasive Plants resource concern.
CSP Enhancements and Practices Applied, FY 2010 – FY2012**
Biological suppression and other non-chemical techniques to manage brush, weeds and invasive species
Biological suppression and other non-chemical techniques to manage herbaceous weeds and invasive species
High level IPM
*This enhancement was only available in ranking period 2010-2011.
**Incorporated FY2012 data are unofficial and represent a snapshot of “active” contracts and “approved” applications as of June 9, 2012.
National Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) Directly Addressing Invasive Species
Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources
Invasive Species Management for Restored Wetlands and Native Prairie Uplands
Colorado Department of Agriculture
Implementation of a Multi-Species Weed Biological Control Program on Ute Mountain and Southern Ute Tribal Lands
Mississippi Coastal Plains RC&D, Inc.
Strategic Cogongrass Control Partnership for South Mississippi
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe
Forage increase through invasive species eradication, plantings, and grazing exclusion
West Virginia University
Utilization & Management of Invasive Plants in Pastures using Biocontrol Agents
Confederate Salish and Kootenai Tribes
Improving Conservation of Wetland and Riparian Habitat Through Enhanced NWI Updates, Aquatic Weed Mapping, and Reed Canary Grass Control Demonstration Project
The Nature Conservancy
Protecting Biodiversity through Early Detection and Rapid Response to Invasive Species
Montana State University
Innovative conservation approaches to invasive plant management in the Missouri River Watershed-From prevention to control to biomass utilization/biofuel generation