The goal of the Keweenaw Invasive Species Management Area (KISMA) is to facilitate cooperation and education among federal, state, tribal, local groups and landowners in prevention and management of invasive species across land ownership boundaries.
KISMA covers Houghton, Keweenaw and Baraga Counties as well as Ottawa National Forest.
Which of the following is the invasive #JapaneseKnotweed? Do you have Knotweed at your house? Many Michigan Conservation Districts have an injector you can use to kill the plant!! Want to get better at identifying this invasive? Head to @MidwestInvasive or https://t.co/skyWoB9Kww
The latest #invasivespecies #EAB map by @USDA_APHIS shows 35 states and 5 provinces with confirmed catches of this #foresthealth threat. Look for D-shaped holes on ash trees. Woodpeckers will flake off bark in search of larvae, resulting in a "blonding" effect on the trunk.
My co-presenter Kevin Walters of @MichiganDEQ setting the stage for our #MILC2018 session on boat washing to stop the spread of aquatic #InvasiveSpecies - 5 years of statewide education partnerships!
A survey was conducted to determine public support regarding measures to prevent he spread of Asian Carp from the Illinois River to the Great Lakes. Check out the results! #asiancarp #ais #invasivespecies