Thompson Nicola Invasive Plant Management Committee


Herbicide Rebate Program

The TNRD will rebate 50% to a maximum of $250 of the cost of herbicide purchased by landowners who treat noxious weeds with their own spray equipment or utilize the Sprayer Loan-out Program. This rebate may be applied for on a yearly basis for work done the same calendar year. See the conditions below to find out how to qualify for the rebate:  

      • The herbicide treatment must be done by an individual with a valid pesticide applicator certificate. 

      • The treatment area must be within a TNRD electoral area (outside of municipal boundaries).

      • The herbicide treatment must be completed the same calendar year the herbicide is purchased.

      • Herbicides used must be classified as an agricultural herbicide, designed to control noxious weeds on range and pasture. 

      • Herbicides that qualify will have one or more of the following active ingredients; Picloram, 2, 4-D, Aminopyralid, Dicamba, Clopyralid. 

      • Herbicide spray contractors do not qualify for this rebate. 

      • The application form must be completed along with all required attachments.

      • Rebates are issued based on funding availability and the order in which the applications are received

      • Invasive plants on the Provincial Noxious Weed List qualify for funding. Other invasive plants may qualify, contact the TNIPMC for confirmation.

Herbicide Rebate Program Application - TNIPMC

*The TNRD reserves the right to enter said lands and inspect the work to verify its accuracy and completeness. The TNRD reserves the right to release the weed treatment information to the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development - Invasive and Alien Plant Program (IAPP) database. No personal information will be released. The TNRD shall not be involved in laying out treatment areas, selecting the pesticide applicator, pesticide to be used, applying the pesticide, or other matters of an operational nature. The landowner is solely responsible for all work done by the applicator.

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