- Georgia Invasive Plant Management Handbook
- Invasive Insects of Concern to Georgia
- Invasive Plant Responses to Silvicultural Practices in the South
- Invasive Plants of Georgia's Forests
- Cogongrass Web Site
- Georgia Invasive Species Examples
- Invasive Weeds in Georgia
- Aquatic Pests: Introduced from Aquariums and Water Gardens
- Hemlock Woolly Adegid
- Sudden Oak Death Update
- Emerald Ash Borer Wanted Poster
- Invasive Species Strategy for Georgia
- State Forest Assessment and Strategies
- More Publications
An invasive species is a non-native species whose introduction causes or is likely to cause economic harm, environmental harm or harm to human health.
The term "invasive", is used for the most aggressive species. These species grow and reproduce rapidly, causing major disturbance to the areas in which they are present.