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The iMapInvasives platform has made many changes over the past year, resulting in the new and improved iMapInvasives.

You can access the new site by clicking on the iMapInvasives Icon below to access the iMapInvasives login page.

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If you encounter difficulties in Logging in or Signing up, please consult the Help Documents and User Manual. Brief overviews of the current functions as well as how to update the iMapInvasives mobile app are also available. Just scroll down to see what is available.

If you require further assistance or have questions contact


  • A broader perspective. The North American View will provide a broader base of knowledge regarding non-native species
  • An Improved User Experience with ever changing technology and devices
  • Customizable data collection and data management for people, projects and organizations with real-time data and mobile tools
The Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre administers a GIS-based invasive species mapping and data management tool, iMapInvasives, which provides a platform for open data exchange and communication regarding invasive species. By providing a central data repository for invasive species information, the SKCDC provides easily accessible, up-to-date information for land managers and citizen scientists.

What is iMapInvasives?

  • An online, interactive invasive species mapping tool
  • Stores presence, not detected, treatment and search records for non-native plants and animals
  • Facilitates Early Detection/Rapid Response through email alerts
  • Data can be submitted from a variety of devices with quality control administered online
  Who is iMapInvasives for?
  • Land Managers (provincial, local, community agencies, NGOs): explore existing data and manage your data
  • Researchers: access current and historic non-native species records and searched areas
  • Citizen Scientists: become a registered user and enter your invasive species sightings
  • Educators: engage students in learning while contributing to science and knowledge
How will iMapInvasives support my work?
  • Free access to a North American database where you can store and manage your data
  • Access to a web based ArcGIS REST service that provides organizations with in-house GIS the ability to access a link to the iMapInvasives database
  • Stay connected! Keep up-to-date on invasive species
  • Perform GIS spatial analyses and query data by filters
  • Set up email alerts
  • Produce custom maps and reports

For more information on iMapInvasives visit:

iMapInvasives is an interactive mapping and data management tool for protecting Saskatchewan’s natural resources from the threat of invasive species. It provides versatile mapping resources for monitoring and management, from a local to province-wide level. Data is received through batch uploads and quality-controlled online submissions. 

Data Submission Resources:

Link to Microsoft Excel document Submit your observation and treatment data using our bulk data loadform
Link to PDF document Red Lily Beetle Reporting Guidelines

Don’t see your species of interest on iMapInvasives?
Contact the Invasive Species Coordinator at

Partnering with the Ministry of Environment and a number of regional and provincial conservation organizations, the Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre manages information on aquatic invasive species monitoring efforts.

Hitchhiking on watercraft is the most common way invasive plants and animals move between waterbodies. The only way to ensure boaters are not transporting invasive species is to Clean, Drain and Dry their watercraft between each use.

If you find evidence of invasive mussels or other aquatic invasive species (AIS), please call 24-hour TIP line at 1-800-667-7561.

For further information or access to printed outreach materials, contact