Resources from Coastal Georgia CISMA
Coastal Georgia’s Invasive Plant Control Program (IPCP) Cost Share for private landowners.
- Eligibility: Non-industrial landowners, which means any private individual, group, association, corporation, Indian tribe or other native group, other private legal entity.
- Invasive Species covered: Includes treatments to control any one or a combination of the following target species.
- Common Reed. (Phragmites australis)
- Salt Cedar (Tamarisk) (Tamarix cannariensis)
- Chinese Tallowtree (Triadica sebifera)
- Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes)
- Sand Pine (Pinus clausa)
- Pay Rate: A per acre pay rate based on 50% of the average cost of the practice. To qualify funds used must not be from a federal source.
- Contract Length: All work must be completed and final invoice for reimbursement submitted by Dec. 1st 2018.
- Application Process: This program is administered by the CoGA CISMA with National Fish & Wildlife Foundation funds. To apply submit application materials to Eamonn Leonard at firstname.lastname@example.org
- IPCP Manual 2017 (complete info on program)
- IPCP – Contract -2017 (application form)
- W-9 Form (for direct deposit)
- Vendor Management Form (sets up applicant as vendor in state system, needed in order for applicant to receive reimbursement)
- Lawful Presence Affidavit
- Appendix A – Federal Requirements, Grants <=$25K
- Pesticide Application Record Sheet – suggested template
Coastal Invasive Species Priority List
Partner Cost Share Programs