California Invasive Species Program Updated:08/2022

The mission of the Invasive Species Program is to reduce the negative effects of non-native invasive species on the wildlands and waterways of California. We are involved in efforts to prevent the introduction of these species into the state, detect and respond to introductions when they occur, and prevent the spread of invasive species that have become established. Our projects address problems with introduced animals and plants, both terrestrial and aquatic. More fundamentally, we try to identify and address the ways by which the species are introduced, typically inadvertently, by human activities. Studies show that preventing introductions is the most effective and cost-efficient way to manage invasive species. We conduct our work in coordination with other government agencies and non-governmental organizations.

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Contact California Invasive Species Program

1010 Riverside Parkway
P.O. Box 944209
Sacramento, CA  95605
Phone: (916) 653-4875
Toll Free: (866) 440-9530

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • California