The Mid-Michigan CISMA (MM-CISMA) was established in April 2016 by the Ingham Conservation District through funding from the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program (MISGP), a program through the Departments of Natural Resources, Environmental Quality, and Agriculture and Rural Development. This CISMA covers Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, and Ionia counties and creates a partnership between the four county conservation districts and over 25 local organizations.

The MM-CISMA increases our ability to work together across jurisdictional lines, coordinating prevention, early detection and rapid response to invasive species both on land and in our lakes and streams. Currently, the MM-CISMA is prioritizing black swallow-wort, Japanese knotweed, and invasive phragmites. Through education and outreach, identification and reporting, and treatment of invasive species, we hope to spread the word, not the species, in Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, and Ionia counties.

Contact us

Erin Pavloski
Regional Invasive Species Coordinator
Ingham Conservation District
Ph: 517-676-2290

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Sat 20

Brighton Recreation Area – BTRA Fall Workbee

October 20 @ 2:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Dec 11

MISC Annual Partner Meeting

December 11 - December 12
Lake Superior State University
Sault Ste. Marie MI
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