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.
Washtenaw Stiltgrass Coordinator Position: Job Summary: Coordinate the treatment of stiltgrass in defined hot zones in Scio Township, Washtenaw County. #jobopportunity #paidposition #Invasivespecies #japanesestiltgrass #seekingapplicants
Let's give a warm welcome to our #PlayCleanGo partner of the week, Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network! Pictured is a youth camp offered through the Benzie Conservation District! https://t.co/daV1VceYqL
Researchers have found larval Grass carp in the Maumee River. As the fishing season approaches, check your bait to ensure you don't have any invasive species, and to dispose of unused bait in the trash. #grasscarp #invasivespecies Photo: MDNR brochure https://t.co/JoH514XpCj
It's #InvasiveSpeciesWeek! Not every organism that is introduced is an equal risk for becoming invasive. @MSUExtension's Dr. Sturtevant & @CIGLR_UM's @ELontheroad discuss: Alien language: Stages of invasion. @NOAA_GLERL @UMSEAS @MInvasives @miseagrant