About Us

"Working to maintain the productivity, biodiversity, and beauty of Park County."


A Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) is a partnership of federal, state, and local government agencies, tribes, individuals, and various interested groups that manage noxious weeds and invasive plants in a defined area. 


The Park County Cooperative Weed Management Area ( Park County CWMA) is a grassroots volunteer organization working to foster collaboration and cooperation among private individuals, private groups, and public entities for one sole purpose: to fight noxious and invasive weeds in Park County!


The Park County CWMA was formed in 2008 to provide education and awareness programs that cultivate public understanding of the threats posed by noxious and invasive weeds, and the importance of managing them. The Park County CWMA is dedicated to maintaining the productivity, biodiversity, and beauty of Park County by managing noxious weeds, protecting the landscape from noxious weed invasions by responding to new infestations of noxious weeds, and watching out for and reporting new invaders. 


To coordinate invasive weed management efforts, with special emphasis on noxious weeds; between private, government, and community service groups within Park County. These efforts include: providing herbicide cost-share projects, forming weed treatment alliances, obtaining and distribution of biological control agents, and providing integrated weed education.