Noxious Weed Management

A noxious weed is a plant that is nonnative or exotic to the area; and when introduced, may render land unfit for agriculture, forestry, livestock, wildlife, or other beneficial uses, or may harm native plant communities.


The first step is PREVENTION

Stop Invasive Species in Your Tracks

  • REMOVE plants, animals & mud from boots, gear, pets & vehicle.
  • CLEAN your gear before entering & leaving the recreation site.
  • STAY on designated roads & trails.
  • USE CERTIFIED or local firewood & hay.


Do you have noxious weeds on your property? TAKE ACTION

Create an Integrated Management Plan (IMP) using a combination of these four methods:

  • Cultural
  • Mechanical
  • Biological
  • Chemical

Contact the Blackfeet Noxious Weeds Coordinator at BFWD for more information, materials, and resources.



Blackfeet Agriculture Resource Management Plan

Montana Weed Control Association

Rocky Mountain Front Weed Roundtable

Montana Noxious Weed Education Campaign

Stop Invasive Species in Your Tracks

Montana Biological Weed Control Coordination Project

Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks

Center for Invasive Plant Management

Montana Noxious Weed Identification