Non-aquatic Invasive Species

 
 

Welcome from the St. Louis County Ag Inspector

Purpose: It is the policy of the legislature that residents of the state be protected from the injurious effects of noxious weeds on public health, the environment, public roads, crops, livestock and other property.


MN Dept of Ag Noxious Weed Program

2018 Noxious Weed List

MN Statute 18.71 Noxious Weed Law

It is the policy of the legislature that residents of the state be protected from the injurious effects of noxious weeds on public health, the environment, public roads, crops, livestock, and other property.   The full statute contains procedures for controlling and eradicating noxious weeds on all lands within the state.

The adverse effects include:

  • illness or injury to humans, pets and livestock
  • environmental degradation because the species present are either non-native or out of balance
  • aesthetics
  • loss of crop due to competitio

18.78 Control or Eradication Noxious Weeds

18.79 Duties of Commissioner   Subdivision 1. Enforcement

18.80-81 Inspectors

18.83 Control: Eradication; Notices; Expenses

Contact

Report the location of
non-aquatic invasive species.

Report Location