NISAW Launch and Tribal Event - Monday February 28, 2011

Sustaining Traditions-Black Ash Basketry, Ms. Kelly Church, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, Michigan

Invasive Weed Control On Annette Island, Alaska, Ms. Genelle Winter, Metlakatla Indian Community, Alaska

Nez Perce Bio-Control Center History, Mr. Aaron Miles, Nez Perce Tribe, Idaho

Ms. Susan Kedzie, Leech Lake Band Ojibwe, Minnesota

Forum on International and Regional Invasive Species Issues - Monday February 28, 2011

International Policy Update, Stas Burgiel, NISC

Invasive Alien Species programmes in the Pacific: tackling the problem before it tackles us, Greg Sherley , UNEP

Increasing RISC in Micronesia, Diane Vice, Guam Department of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources

Guam and the Micronesia Biosecurity Plan, Roland Quitugua, Guam Soil and Water Conservation District

US Department of State's Engagement on Invasive Species - the global perspective, Adrianna Muir, U.S. Department of State

Renegotiation of theGreat Lakes Water Quality Agreement, Kathe Glassner Shwayder, Great Lakes Commission

State and Regional Invasive Species Workshop - Tuesday March 1, 2011

Federal Update on Aquatic Invasive Species Issues

Ballast Water, Cdr. Gary Croot, US Coast Guard

Vessel General Permit, Robin Danesi, EPA

Aquatic Nuisance Species Task, Susan Mangin, Fish and Wildlife Service Force

Lionfish, James Morris, NOAA

Federal Update on Terrestrial Invasive Species Issues

Bryan Arroyo, Assistant Director for Fisheries and Habitat Conservation (USFWS)

David Kaplan, Assistant Deputy Administrator for Plant Protection and Quarantine, Emergency and Domestic Programs, USDA

Keynote Speaker

John Goss, Asian Carp Director, Council on Environmental Quality

Panels

Panel #1 - Forest Pest Outreach and Survey Project, Tri-State Firewood Outreach Campaign

Panel #2 - Elements of Effective State/Regional Coordination Case Study: ANSTF Western Regional Panel - quagga/zebra mussels

Panel #3 - Aquatic Nuisance Species: Federal and State Roles, Responsibilities and Gaps

Panel #4 - Strengthening Grassroots Partnerships - CISMA/PRISM/CWMA - What are our next steps?

Panel #5 - Federal Invasive Species Grant Program and Partnership Forecasts for State and Regional Invasive Species Projects

Panel #6 - Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) Planning: Invasive Species Applications

Panel #7 - Intergovernmental Strategy for Controlling Asian Carp

USDA and Invasive Animal and Pathogen Day

Past, Present, and Future Contributions of the USDA Agricultural Research Service's Overseas Biological Control Laboratories, Dr. Dan Strickman, Agricultural Research Service

Early Detection and Rapid Response: the National Plant Diagnostic Network System and ipmPIPE, Dr. Robert Nowierski, National Institute for Food and Agriculture

USDA Grants and Cooperative Agreements Available for Invasive Species Work with Partners and the USDA Do No Harm Report, Ms. Hilda Diaz-Soltero, USDA Invasive Species Coordinator

Biocontrol Programs in USDA, Dr. Alan Dowdy, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Update on Q-37 Regulations, Dr. Arnie Tschanz, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Collaboration with States in Weed Management, Dr. Al Tasker, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Sudden Oak Death Update, Dr. Kerry Britton, U.S. Forest Service

State Technical Committees and NRCS Training on Invasives, Mr. Doug Holy, Natural Resources Conservation Service

What YOU need to know about Phytosanitary Standards in Forestry, and how to find out, Dr. Kerry Britton, ITAP Plant Pathogens Subcommittee

The 100 worst invasive fungi in the Invasive Species Compendium, Dr. Amy Rossman, ITAP Plant Pathogens Subcommittee

Results of Microbial Biocontrol Symposium, Dr. Robert Nowierski, ITAP Invertebrate Subcommittee

Invasive species Scholastic education project sponsored by USFS and APHIS, Ms. Iris Velez, ITAP Communications Subcommittee