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Guiding Arizona to a Non-Invasive State of Mind AISAC
Arizona Invasive Species Advisory Council - Arizona's Official Web Site
"Guiding Arizona to a Non-Invasive State of Mind"




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Arizona's 10 Most Unwanted Invasive Species
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Arizona's 10 Most Unwanted Aquatic Invasive Species
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Now there are new regulations, called “Director’s Orders” in effect. The measures were authorized by the Aquatic Invasive Species Interdiction Act in 2009 by the Arizona Legislature. Those boaters who do not follow the procedures outlined in the newly-created regulations can actually be cited by law enforcement officers.

To view the Director's Orders, visit the Game and Fish Department’s Web site at

Don't Move A Mussel--Now It's The Law!

This site is relatively new and remains a work in progress. If you come upon a blank page, it is because the information for that section is still being compiled. These pages are continuously being updated, so please keep checking back for new content or contact us at [email protected] with your information needs.

Please use the tabs to the left and top to navigate this site. For more information on the history, functions and meeting notes/agendas for AISAC, simply click on the AISAC logo to the right, which will take you to the Governor's Arizona Invasive Species Advisory Council site.

The logos below represent the members of AISAC and their various Work Groups.

Arizona Game and Fish Department   Arizona Department of Agriculture   Arizona Department of Transportation   Arizona State Land Department   Arizona State Parks   Arizona Department of Water Resources   US Forest Service   nbii   USDA Plants Database   University of Arizona   Arizona State University   Southwest Vegetation Management Association   The Nature Conservancy