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.
Learn how you can become a citizen scientist and help conservation efforts in your community -- join us, the Kalamazoo Conservation District, and Oshtemo Friends of the Parks at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Oshtemo Community Center! https://t.co/FWIf9Ptf4P
Planning your garden for this year? Prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species, with this new Smart Gardening tip sheet from @MSUExtension! https://t.co/YZODAsp5NV #MiRIPPLE @MSUExtension @MichiganEGLE @MichiganDNR @MichDeptofAg #invasivespecies
Jobs: I'm hiring so many people! I'm looking for up to five awesome *paid* technicians to work with boaters and aquatic #invasivespecies this summer. Outreach, research, field experience - you want it? We've got it! https://t.co/8QRNG3ZZXC @MichiganStateFW @MichiganEGLE
Free training opportunity! Discussion on why it is important to prevent the spread of invasive species, and what businesses in the lawn care and landscaping industry can do to slow or prevent spread to new areas. See attached flyer! #invasivespecies #lawncare #landscaping
Fisheries and Wildlife MS graduate Paige Filice is @MSUExtension’s newest water resources educator. She'll work statewide to prevent invasive species and protect Michigan's waters. #invasivespecies #MiRIPPLE https://t.co/y9uG2KvZqe