DNR can use your help combating wavyleaf basketgrass in mapping, reporting infestations and hand weeding projects.
If you have wavyleaf basketgrass on your property, you may be eligible to join the Landowner Incentive Program project to get help to remove it.
If you find this grass while you’re hiking, biking, horseback riding or doing other outdoor activities anywhere in the state, please report your sighting and its location by email, or by using the on-line reporting form below.
For a newly discovered invasive species, it is almost as important to know where it IS NOT as to know where IT IS. If you have been engaged in outdoor activity in a site where you know the grass is NOT present, please let us know, using the same form.
For More Information
For questions or comments, or if you have seen this grass, please contact:
Kerrie L. Kyde
Invasive Plant Specialist
Wildlife and Heritage Service
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
11960 Clopper Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
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