Osceola CISMA Weed Wrangle

Peghorn Nature Park 2101 Peghorn Way, St Cloud, FL

WEED WRANGLE Volunteer opportunity! Help Osceola CISMA remove invasive plants. Gloves will be provided. Please wear closed-toed shoes and appropriate clothes for working outdoors. Students can earn volunteer hours! Meet us at: Peghorn Nature Park St. Cloud, FL For more info contact: Gabriel Almonte Gabriel.Almonte@stcloud.org

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ECISMA North African Python Survey

North African Pythons were first reported in Florida in 2001. In 2009, several Northern African pythons were found, indicating a potential breeding population in western Miami-Dade County. FWC and partners actively survey for and remove these invasive snakes. In concurrence with NISAW, FWC and the Everglades CISMA host an annual interagency regional survey. Details and […]

Volunteer Removal of Invasive Oriental Bittersweet Vines

Willowdale State Forest MA

Join the weekly volunteer meet-ups to help cut non-native non-native invasive oriental bittersweet vines at Willowdale State Forest in Topsfield and Ipswich, MA. Topsfield 10am - 12pm - Meet at Topsfield Rd parking area Ipswich 2pm - 4pm - Meet at Linebrook Rd parking area I'll show you what to do, how to identify the invasive […]

Free
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Forest Friday at Columbus County Park

Columbus County Park 1670 Bauman Rd., Columbus, MI

Every week, Friends of the St. Clair River staff and volunteers continue their mission to protect this 400 acre park from invasive species found within the high-quality habitat of mature hardwood trees and native ephemeral plants such as Red Trillium, Trout Lilies, and Dwarf Ginseng. This winter’s campaign is well underway to remove woody invasive […]

Free

Blue Ridge PRISM In-Person Workshop: Invasive Plant Field Session

Azalea Park in Charlottesville, VA 304 Old Lynchburg Rd, Charlottesville, VA

The in-person field session held at Charlottesville's Azalea Park will cover the identification of common invasive plants and demonstrate manual and chemical control techniques. Specific topics include herbicide safety, using hand tools and power tools safely, and identification of specific invasive shrubs and vines. Space for this event is limited to 25 attendees. Cost: $25 […]

$25

CISMA Full Partner Meeting

Join us online for the CISMA's first full partner event of 2022! We will update you on upcoming events, and CISMA projects. Bring your thoughts about invasive species, and questions for CISMA employees. We will be presenting on common invasive forest pests and diseases in the State of Michigan. To register, visit our Facebook events page […]

oriental bittersweet vines removal

Willowdale State Forest MA

Help cut non-native invasive oriental bittersweet vines. March 17 3-4:30 p.m. Willowdale State Forest meet at Linebrook Rd parking area Match 20, 2-4p.m. Doyon School playing fields I'll show you what to do and how to identify the vines and other plants. Our efforts will save trees. Bring bypass loppers if you can. I have […]

Free
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Forest Friday at Columbus County Park

Columbus County Park 1670 Bauman Rd., Columbus, MI

Every week, Friends of the St. Clair River staff and volunteers continue their mission to protect this 400 acre park from invasive species found within the high-quality habitat of mature hardwood trees and native ephemeral plants such as Red Trillium, Trout Lilies, and Dwarf Ginseng. This winter’s campaign is well underway to remove woody invasive […]

Free

Anne Arundel Weed Resistance Training Day

Kings Branch Flat Creek Natural Area Ashe St, Davidsonville, MD

We will have our 1st outdoor training session of 2022 on Saturday March 19 at Kings Branch Flat Creek Natural Area. New trainees should have viewed the training videos on this page prior to the outdoor session. Please RSVP for directions.

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Southeast Michigan 2022 Invasive Species Summit

Join us for the 2022 Spring Invasive Species Summit -- learn from Southeast Michigan CISMA coordinators and our partners how invasive species are transported and how to stop their movement! Learn to identify and report invasive species as well as supporting pollinators by choosing native plants rather than ornamental invasives! Find the full schedule and […]

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Forest Friday at Columbus County Park

Columbus County Park 1670 Bauman Rd., Columbus, MI

Every week, Friends of the St. Clair River staff and volunteers continue their mission to protect this 400 acre park from invasive species found within the high-quality habitat of mature hardwood trees and native ephemeral plants such as Red Trillium, Trout Lilies, and Dwarf Ginseng. This winter’s campaign is well underway to remove woody invasive […]

Free

(WEBINAR) Invasive Species: Lake Ontario’s Most Unwanted

Join us on Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 12 p.m. ET (11 a.m. CT) for a one-hour webinar, Invasive Species: Lake Ontario’s Most Un-Wanted, as part of our Let’s Talk Lake Ontario webinar series. Learn more about invasive species in Lake Ontario, why they’re a problem, and how Canada and the U.S. are taking steps to prevent their introduction and […]

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