Oriental bittersweet is a woody vine that grows on trees, eventually girdling them and killing them. Do not use them to make holiday decorations and wreaths as this can facilitate its spread to new areas. #orientalbittersweet #invasivespecies #holidaydecoration

Help us reach 12 donations TODAY, November 12, to represent the 12 counties we serve across Northern Michigan.

#healthywater #protectedplaces #vibrantcommunities #upnorth

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OAK WILT RISK STATUS IN MICHIGAN = SAFE

The dormant season (November- March) is upon us! It is now safe to prune oak trees in order to protect them from infections such as oak wilt. Pruning trees before spring is ideal to maintain good tree health.

Michigan and Illinois working together to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes, with MDNR pledging $8 million towards a multifaceted barrier system. Please see letter below. #MDNR #Asiancarp #invasivespecies #collaboration #invasivefish

Spotted lanternfly egg masses can be detected from September until June. Not yet found in Michigan, this invasive pest is causing harm out east. Females can lay their eggs on nearly any surface including vehicles. This means the spotted lanternfly can be easily spread.

Amur honeysuckle--> Birds will eat the berries and 💩💩💩 it out somewhere else, resulting in it spreading to other areas. It is highly inadvisable to transport it home for use as centerpieces. #invasivespecies #honeysuckle #amurhoneysuckle

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December 10 - December 11
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