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Invasive Plant Assistance Program

Invasive and noxious weeds lower the value of agriculture, threaten natural resources, impact surface water, and create flood and fire risks for infrastructure and agricultural operations. The Cachuma Resource Conservation District provides weed related services to the agricultural community in partnership with Santa Barbara County Weed Management Area.

We can help you identify invasive weeds, develop solutions to control them and coordinate with public agencies and non-profit organizations. For more information, explore the links above, use the form at right to send us an email, or call (805) 270-5799. 

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The Invasive Plant Assistance program is managed by the Cachuma Resource Conservation District and funded by the Santa Barbara County Agricultural Commissioner. The Santa Barbara County Weed Management Area is an association of state and local public agencies, non-governmental organizations, non-profit groups, and private citizens who are concerned about the problem of invasive and noxious weeds in Santa Barbara County and California.


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