Nevada CWMAs and Weed Control Districts

Invasive weeds in Nevada affect us all due to their negative impact on property values, trails, parks, wildlife habitat, water quality and fire danger. Managing and controlling weeds and their impact on the environment takes a cooperative effort. Get involved today! Join one of the volunteer groups below composed of¬†private citizens, agencies, organizations and companies who work together to identify and control the noxious weeds in their neighborhoods. This teamwork approach makes weed control more effective and even fun! Below is a list of Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMAs) and Weed Control Districts operating in Nevada.¬†Where available, a link to their website is provided. To add, remove or update organizations on this list, contact Ashley Andrews, andrewsa@unce.unr.edu. Sources:  

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