There are now so many BMPs, we've listed them on a separate page. Go to the BMP library.
Learn about inspecting and cleaning equipment for the purposes of invasive species prevention here.
Our Look Before You Leave campaign has been particularly popular with the managers and owners of cottages, woodlands and trails.
Invader Raiders Colouring Book
See the materials for both of these items on that pages provided to support taking action to prevent invasives at cottages, in woodlands and on trails. [Take Action menu item / Cottage, woodland and trails ]
OIPC and members of the Horticultural Outreach Committee (HOC) have worked with the horticulture and landscape industry to develop a provincial Grow Me Instead campaign.
The Grow Me Instead guides identify potentially invasive garden plants and promote suitable alternatives that are either native or non-invasive. You can download copies of the booklets below:
Grow Me Instead - A Guide for Northern Ontario (English )
This campaign was primarily developed to assist the Gardening & Horticulture sector in dealing with the movement of invasives along the "gardening pathway". There is much more information about this campaign on the pages under the Take Action tab (see Gardeners and Horticulturalists).
Hard copies can also be made available upon request through email@example.com
Field Guide to Aquatic Invasive Species - by MNR and OFAH
A province-wide survey of practitioners was conducted and the information from that survey was used to create a compendium of invasive plant management, listed by species and control method used. Please use it as a directory to find people in your area conducting similar work.
This document is an annotated bibliography of control information for 10 invasive plant species. Annotations include key content and techniques recommended for the invasive species targeted by the study, location of the study, any positive or negative impacts to species at risk, and other information that will be of benefit to the recovery of species at risk and their habitats in Ontario.