The goal of NISAW is to raise awareness of the problems that invasive species cause to human health, ecosystems, and our economy; and provide resources and opportunities for individuals, organizations, and government leaders to be a part of the solution.
These FREE, customizable resources can be used to raise awareness by any agency, organization, educator, business, or individual.
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There are many ways you can help protect our natural spaces from #invasivespecies during #NISAW. Find an event near you at https://www.nisaw.org/
Burmese pythons are an #invasivespecies in Florida. They eat native species and federally endangered species like the wood storks and Key Largo woodrats. Learn more on what you can do to help during #NISAW and beyond at https://www.nps.gov/ever/learn/nature/burmhowtohelp.htm
The annual losses to the Great Lakes Region, because of ship-borne #invasivespecies, is at least $200 million. Learn more about what you can do this #NISAW to stop the spread at http://stopaquatichitchhikers.org/prevention/#clean-drain-dry
The annual US cost from #invasivespecies is $120 billion, with a minimum of 100 million acres being affected (i.e. the size of California). Learn more about how you can advocate for their managment this #NISAW at https://extension.umn.edu/courses-and-events/empoweru-advocating-invasive-species-management
#Spottedlanternfly feeds on a wide range of fruit, ornamental and woody trees. If allowed to this pest could seriously impact the country’s grape, orchard, and logging industries. Find out what you can do to stop this #invasivespecies #NISAW https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/resources/pests-diseases/hungry-pests/slf/spotted-lanternfly