November 7-10, 2022 | co-hosted with the Florida Invasive Species Council
The North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA) is a network of professionals who implement management programs to prevent the detrimental impacts of invasive species to North America’s lands and waters.
A message from Christie Trifone Millhouse, NAISMA’s new executive director, with an introduction by Kate Wilson, NAISMA board president.
Although invasive shothole borers could spread throughout much of California and other states if left unchecked, many trees can be saved, and even heavily infested areas can recover over time.
For widespread infestations, suppression and education are key to inch towards control. Do your part by learning how you can be an early detector.
Support, promote, and empower invasive species prevention and management in North America.
North America’s lands and waters are protected from invasive species.
Help to implement invasive species management programs.
NAISMA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
NAISMA does not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, culture, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, national origin, physical or mental difference, (dis)Ability, politics, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, or subculture. We strive to cultivate an Association built on mentorship, encouragement, tolerance and mutual respect, thereby engendering a welcoming environment for all.