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Boundary Invasive Species Society is undergoing a website update.  Certain pages are still under construction.  If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, please contact us at or 250-446-2232 and we can answer your question directly or will resolve the issue.

Prevent,  Protect,  Restore

The Boundary is a beautiful area full of unique habitats and ecosystems.  There is a diverse range of industry in our area.  Invasive plants do not respect jurisdictional boundaries so we must all work together and in cooperation with our neighbours to prevent invasive species from upsetting the balance. 

Who We Are

The Boundary

Invasive Species Society

started out back in 1998

in response to public

pressure to do something

about the weeds in the

Boundary.  We were called the Boundary Weed Management Committee back then. Our name changed in 2013 to reflect our expansion into invasive species.  


In the spring of 2004 the Society became a registered charity. In 2012 our mandate expanded to include an awareness program on invasive aquatic species. Membership is from a diverse group of interests.

Yellow flag iris removal and boat survey

What We Do

We work to protect

our shared


agricultural and

recreational resources

from further impacts

by invasive species.


Our program:


  • Coordinates treatment of invasive plants in the RDKB

  • Maintains an inventory of invasive species locations

  • Provides free assistance with identification and management information

  • Provides biological control insects for invasive plants

Bagged North Arica grass after manual removal of invasive species
Boundary Invasive Species Society membership and board of directors

Boundary Invasive
Species Society

3990 Hwy 3

Rock Creek, BC 

V0H 1Y0


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