The WHIP membership is made up of partner groups who have signed a memorandum of understanding, dating back to 2010 and updated every five years. From those partners, a Steering Committee is formed and from that committee, officers are elected. The WHIP Steering Committee meets every other month, and also holds an Annual Meeting for all partners. WHIP is governed by a set of bylaws and directed by a strategic management plan.
This document guides the roles and responsibilities of our steering committee and coordinator, and can be updated at any regular WHIP meeting. Revised most recently in September 2019.
This document clarified our mission and outlines our top five organizational goals, with action steps listed under each. Revised most recently in 2016 and due for updates in 2022-23!
Our invasive species management plan guides our actions when new species are reported, and helps prioritize our response for WHIP and WHIP partners. Due for updates in 2022-23!
This document presents our annual goals for any given field season, including targets to reach for including outreach to partners, field projects, and events/meetings to attend. Can be updated any time.
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