Oakland County CISMA

In December 2014, 19 founding partners formed the Oakland County CISMA. The formalized OC CISMA was born out of long-standing collaborative public-private work to manage invasive species in Oakland County, MI. In 2015 – 2017 the OC CISMA will be partnering with The Stewardship Network to implement an MISGP grant which focuses on management of state-priority invasives, the development of a long-term strategic plan, community education and outreach, and on-boarding of a part-time coordinator to support continued, invasive species management work in Oakland County, and future, integrated regional collaboration.

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Active Partners

Addison Township
Charter Township of Bloomfield
Charter Township of Brandon
Charter Township of Highland
Charter Township of Independence
Charter Township of Orion
Charter Township of Springfield
Charter Township of Waterford
City of Keego Harbor
City of Novi
City of the Village of Clarkston
Clinton River Watershed Council
Highland Land Conservancy
Michigan Nature Association
MSUE Oakland County
North Oakland Headwaters Land Conservancy
Oakland County Conservation District
Oakland County Economic Development and Community Affairs
Oakland County Facilities Maintenance
Oakland County Intermediate School District
Oakland County Parks & Rec Commission
Oakland County Water Resources Commission
Oakland Township Parks & Rec Commission
Road Commission of Oakland County
Rochester Hills
Rose Township
Royal Oak Nature Society
The Stewardship Network
West Bloomfield Parks and Rec Commission

Contact us

Michael Sobieski
Interim Coordinator
Ph: 586-747-1773
msobieski@stewardshipnetwork.org

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