The Integrated Vegetation Management Association of British Columbia (IVMA of BC) is a recognized organization of professional people dedicated to the responsible practice of all aspects of vegetation management working for and providing information to its members in British Columbia and across Canada.
The AISC's objectives are to 1. Make Albertans aware of the impact that invasive species have on the environment, economy, and society through communication, education and awareness. 2. Be recognized as Alberta’s voice on invasive species by acting as a key resource organization. 3. Foster partnerships between agencies with a mutual interest in invasive species management through communication and cooperation.
It is the mission of the PVMA to provide vegetation management industries, related agencies and the public with communication and educational opportunities in the area of industrial vegetation management."
IVMA MAN/SASK is a professional organization, established in 1990, which promotes environmentally sound vegetation management across Manitoba and Saskatchewan for the benefit of everyone. IVMA MAN/SASK is a non-profit organization supported by membership dues and donations. Our membership includes representatives from every sector of Manitoba and Saskatchewan’s vegetation management industries.
Proven, Safe Weed Control Programs in Manitoba - MWSA members, acting under the authority of the Province of Manitoba Noxious Weeds Act, use proven Integrated Pest Management Principles to restrict the spread of many invasive plant species found across Manitoba.
The OVMA is a professional organization that promotes environmentally safe vegetation management in Ontario.
The Association aims to disseminate scientific, technical and public information on the practice of vegetation management in Atlantic Canada. The Association brings together applicators, manufactures, vegetation managers, researchers and government representatives to discuss issues concerning vegetation management.