The mission of CWMA is to provide education, regulatory direction, professional improvement, and environmental awareness to preserve and protect our natural resources from the degrading impacts of invasive species (terrestrial and aquatic vegetation) in Colorado and surrounding states.
Who We Are
CWMA members are dedicated to terrestrial and aquatic invasive species management. Our members include professional weed managers representing many government agencies, private and commercial applicators, non-governmental organizations and concerned citizens.
CWMA 2014 Annual Conference
Creating Healthy Landscapes: The Cost of Invasion
December 3-4, 2014
Nominations for Awards are due November 5, 2014
Ray Kessler Memorial Scholarship
Applications due November 5, 2014
The Ray Kessler Memorial Scholarship is designed to help Colorado Weed Management Association members who are seeking to further their job-related education while continuing their employment.
Up to $1,500 in scholarship funds are to help defray tuition costs or registration fees for enrollment in courses and other formal educational programs for the purposes of improving skills to become leaders in invasive species management.
An applicant must be a CWMA member.
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Memberships are based on a calendar year from January 1 - December 31
Pulling For Colorado
Economic Impact Study
CSU, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and CWMA have partnered to develop an Economic Impact Study of Invasive Weeds for Colorado. The first phase of the project is now available.
This new tool provides an easy interface to identify invasive weeds.
Since 2004, CWMA has worked to provide a way for our members to receive up-to-date information about new infestations of high priority and unknown noxious weeds. More Information