Links

The following organizations are addressing P. ramorum and Sudden Oak Death issues on a state, national, and international level. For additional general disease information and resources, go to General Links.

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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)
Riverdale, Maryland; USA

California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Sacramento, California; USA

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CalFire) Sacramento, California; USA

California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California; USA

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) Ottawa, Ontario; Canada

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Food and Environment Research Agency (DEFRA – FERA) UK

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Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Gainsville, Florida; USA

Forest Phytophthoras of the World Oregon State University; Oregon, USA

Global Invasive Species Web Database

Nevada Department of Agriculture Reno, Nevada; USA

North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Raleigh, North Carolina; USA

Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) Salem, Oregon; USA

Oregon State University (OSU) – Department of Botany and Plant Pathology Corvallis, Oregon; USA

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Risk Analysis for Phytophthora ramorum (EU RAPRA)

Sudden Oak Death: How Concerned Should You Be? An International Symposium, April 21 – May 12, 2003

Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium: The State of Our Knowledge December 15 – 18, 2002, Monterey, CA; USA

The Nature Conservancy, The Invasive Species Initiative, Gallery of Pests San Francisco, California; USA

United Kingdom Forestry Commission Great Britain; UK

University of California, Berkeley – Forest Pathology and Mycology Laboratory Berkeley, California; USA

University of California, Davis – Rizzo Lab Davis, California; USA

USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Sudden Oak Death research

Washington State Sudden Oak Death program

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General Links

There are numerous agencies and organizations that are currently addressing the problems of Phytophthora ramorum and Sudden Oak Death. While many are connected in some way to the State of California and/or the University of California, many are autonomous entities working to address the issues.

Bugwood Network
Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health (CISEH)
University of Georgia, Tifton, Georgia

California 4-H
Davis, California; USA

California Biodiversity Council
Sacramento, California; USA
916-653-0502

California Department of Education
Sacramento, California; USA

California Department of Fish and Game
Sacramento, California; USA

California Department of Parks and Recreation
Sacramento, California; USA

California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR)
Sacramento, California; USA

California Firewood Task Force

California Forest Pest Council
Sacramento, California; USA

California Native Plant Society
Sacramento, California; USA

California Oak Foundation
Oakland, California; USA

Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey (CAPS) program
Pest Tracker – National Agricultural Pest Information System

Global Invasive Species Web Database

Hungry Pests Campaign

International Forest Quarantine Research Group (IFRG)

National Plant Board

National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN)
University of Florida

The Nature Conservancy, The Invasive Species Initiative, Gallery of Pests
San Francisco, California; USA

North American Plant Protection Organization (NAPPO)
Ottawa, ON, Canada

University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR)
Berkeley, California; USA

UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program (IHRMP)
Berkeley, California; USA

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Parks Service, Pacific West Region
Oakland, California; USA

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
San Francisco, California; USA