Best Management Practices for Soil Movement and Disposal

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Best Management Practices for Soil Movement and Disposal

When soil, gravel, mulch, and other organic matter containing an invasive species is moved or disturbed, it can frequently result in the establishment or re-establishment of an unwanted species. Following best management practices will help prevent spread and reduce the risk of potential impacts on human health, infrastructure, agriculture and the environment in BC. By identifying issues, developing a response, and carefully executing a plan that utilizes best practices, problems can be managed up  front instead of becoming overwhelming or surprising. This Best Management Practices will help reduce the risk of transporting invasive species to new locations.

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