Does iMapInvasives provide information on The Nature Conservancy's Weed Information Management System (WIMS)?
Yes. The Microsoft Access-based, Weed Information Management System (WIMS) was initially developed by the Bureau of Land Management, and then further developed and maintained for many years by The Nature Conservancy (TNC). In 2009, with the closing of TNC's Global Invasive Species Team office, WIMS support and maintenance ended. If you have specific questions about WIMS, please contact us, as we have archived documents related to WIMS.
Individuals using WIMS might be interested in the features and functionality available in iMapInvaives. For information about the iMapInvasives Project and how your state/province can participate, see our "Become Part of the Network" page. Check out the Login page for a list of participating states/provinces, links to public maps, information on how to request a free login account, and much more.