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Invasives can be spread by being inadvertently bought and sold by uninformed buyers, moved on plants, produce, or agricultural materials as they are shipped from source to market; being transported on recreation equipment, gear, and luggage; and even riding across oceans on water, wind, or debris.

Check out Hungry Pests for state-by-state guides of the most critical invasive threats, resources to help combat invasive species, and a new middle school curriculum about invasive pests.

  • Human Wildlife Interactions
    In recent years, human-wildlife interactions have substantially increased, requiring a greater investment in time, research, and response in the field when interactions do occur.
  • Wildlife Forever has partnered with the Forest Service to engage hunters, anglers and other recreational visitors to our National Forests about techniques to stop Aquatic Hitchhiker Invasive Species from impacting our nation’s waters.
  • The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics teaches you how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, and is a key outdoor ethics approach used by public land management agencies.

Leave No Trace Ethic

Safety in the Woods with Bears

Safe Camping in Bear Country