Hawaiʻi Invasive Species Awareness Month

February is Hawaiʻi Invasive Species Awareness Month. Join us for one of the many opportunities below to learn more about invasive species by exploring the three wao's (or realms) of Akua (upper forests), Kanaka (lower valleys and urban areas), and Kahakai (wetlands, ocean). Each week we will learn from the different people working in these […]


Florida at-Home Weed Wrangle

The Florida Invasive Species Partnership is hosting the 2nd annual, month long, at-home Weed Wrangle®  initiative to encourage Floridians to remove invasive species from home and privately managed landscapes. To participate: 1.During the month of February 2022, Remove 1 or more invasive plants from your landscape (be sure to take a before and after photo) […]

NISAW Guided Hike at Alafia River State Park

Alafia River State Park 14326 S. County Rd 39, Lithia, United States

A guided hike with a purpose. Come explore a former phosphate mining site, while you learn about the changes made to the land and how invasive exotic plant species play a role in these changes. Learn how you can help your favorite state park!

Webinar: ArcPyro for Prescribed Burn Planning

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever of Nebraska is pleased to announce public access to “ArcPyro” a GIS based prescribed burn map planning template for both ArcGIS Pro and ArcMap. This is geared toward those already using the ArcGIS platform but there is a non-commercial version for landowners, burn associations, and students that cost about $100/year you could […]

Raise Campus & Community Awareness of NISAW22 & WWD22

California State University, Long Beach 6300 State University Drive, Long Beach, CA, United States

To engage a teach-in on the subject of two interrelated international campaigns to take place in the same time period, the National Invasive Species Awareness Week 2022 (on 2/28-3/4) and the U.N. World Wildlife Day 2022 (on 3/3), as an introduction to my presentation titled "Greater Los Angeles -- Past, Present, & Future" at the […]

First Coast Invasive Working Group Weed Wrangle, St. Johns County

St. Johns County Beach Access Gloria Avenue, Butler Beach, FL, United States

St. Johns County will be hosting a Weed Wrangle to remove invasive plants.  Join Park Naturalist Kelly Ussia as part of a statewide volunteer effort to help rescue our public parks and green spaces from invasive species through hands-on removal of especially harmful trees, vines, and flowering plants.  The target plant for this work day […]

Suncoast CISMA Iguana Rodeo

Hike your neighborhood, park or natural area and identify invasive lizard populations with the IVEGOT1 app for a chance to win prizes! We're inviting local nature enthusiasts to win prizes and acclaim for tracking down invasive lizards this March for National Invasive Species Awareness Week. The Suncoast Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area is a volunteer […]

NISAW Kickoff for James River Park System, Richmond, VA

Pony Pasture Parking Lot, James River Park Riverside Drive, Richmond, VA, United States

The James River Park System Invasive Plant Task Force kicks off a volunteer week of invasive plant removal in the Park. Held at Pony Pasture, the event will feature an […]


Invasive Species Awareness Week (ISAW)

Invasive Species Awareness Week (ISAW) is taking place from Monday, February 28 to Friday, March 4, 2022. Invasive Species Awareness Week (ISAW) is a collaborative initiative that focuses on communicating with citizens […]

Weed Wrangle – Cat claw removal – Work day

Butler Island Plantation, GA 7777 Butler Island Road, Darien, GA, United States

Join us for a Weed Wrangle to remove the invasive Catclaw vine on Butler Island at the Altamaha Waterfowl Management Area off Hwy17 south of Darien. This showy flowering vine […]


National Invasive Species Awareness Week

Online Duluth, United States

The Canadian Council on Invasive Species is looking forward to hosting another National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW) webinar series from February 28th to March 4th 2022. The objective of […]