NOXIOUS PLANTS OF MINNESOTA (Click to view the pdf file)
Pope County Cooperative Weed Management Area Application for Assistance - (Word Document)
Waste Pesticide Collection on July 31st from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Prairie Lakes Coop in Starbuck
Tue, June 3, 2014
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is stepping up efforts to help Minnesota farmers and households to safely dispose of unwanted and unusable pesticides through the Waste Pesticide Collection Program. The program provides an environmentally sound option to dispose of unusable and unwanted pesticides. There is a drop off event in Starbuck on July 31st from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Prairie Lakes Coop.
Weed-Fighting Weevils Controlling Knapweed at Konshok Field in Park Rapids
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, August 22, 2007
CONTACT: Margaret Hart, Communications Coordinator, 651-201- 6131
Weed-Fighting Weevils Controlling Knapweed at Konshok Field in Park Rapids ST. PAUL, ... http://www.mda.state.mn.us/news/publications/news/releases/2007/ 08-22-2007a.pdf- 36.1KB
State recruiting help in the fight against invasive forest pests
(Mar 16, 2009)
Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), University of Minnesota Extension and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are recruiting volunteers to serve as pest "first detectors." The role of a first detector is to serve as a public contact for information about these pests and to help investigate reports of potential infestations in Minnesota.
Visit for information regarding leafy spurge control with beetles.
DNR wants boaters to 'Pull the Plug' on invasive species
(May 18, 2009) - scroll to view specific release
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Beginning Memorial Day Weekend, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conservation officers will join forces with other law enforcement agencies to prevent the transportation of aquatic invasive species from the Brainerd, Lake Mille Lacs and Prior Lake areas. Violators face up to $500 fines.