The Lake to Lake CISMA, formerly known as the Central Upper Peninsula CWMA (CUPCWMA) is a multi-agency and multi-community group, that aims to provide long-term protection of a variety of habitats by reducing the threat from non-native and invasive plant species through coordination of efforts among partners to educate the public, survey and research invasions, and provide opportunities for on-the-ground invasive plant removal and other management actions.
Lake to Lake CISMA covers Alger, Delta, Marquette, and Schoolcraft Counties as well as Hiawatha 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