SE-EPPC Founded in 1999 to:. Focus on Invasive Exotic Plants in Natural Areas and Wildlands Develop Early Detection and Rapid Response Networks Encourage CWMA Establishment Promote Weed Risk Assessment Support Controlling Corridors of Spread and Disbursement. SE-EPPC Goals.
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SE-EPPC 2009 Symposium
May 13-15, 2009
Georgetown, South Carolina
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