Coastal Invasive Plant Committee

Location:

3575 Douglas StreetBoca RatonFloridaV8Z 7H5United States View Map

Employees:

1

Phone:

(250) 857-2472
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Description:

The Coastal Invasive Plant Committee (CIPC) is a registered non-profit society serving the geographic areas of Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and the Regional Districts of Powell River, Sunshine Coast, Mount Waddington and Strathcona, occurring on the Mainland coast (see map). The CIPC's mandate is to: Educate community members and land managers about the impacts of invasive plants Promote cross-jurisdictional coordination and integrated invasive plant management Assist land managers with their invasive plant management objectives Directors are selected by regional interest groups to represent them for a two-year term. The Board selects from the Directors to fill the Officer positions (Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer and Secretary) following the Annual General Meeting (three-year term for Vice-Chair and Chair). Director positions are open for selection every year at the AGM. If you are interested in becoming involved on the CIPC Board, please contact us at 250-857-CIPC. To learn more about becoming a member and to download a CIPC Membership Agreement Form, please click here.

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