The invasive species detected within the 4-County CWMA region vary in their abundance, distribution, and impact. Priority weed coordination identifies the species that are the most invasive, and where eradication is possible.
Without priority weed coordination, chances of eradication are lost. This leads to habitat degradation, decreased economic productivity, and increased strain on the management of other invasive species. The CWMA accomplishes priority weed coordination through collecting and sharing up-to-date invasive species data.