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.

Latest News

Ownership of Buckthorn Blaster™ Invasive Plant Management Tool Transfers from Landscape Restoration, Inc., to the North American Invasive Species Management Association

Contact: Belle Bergner, NAISMA Executive Director, (414) 215-0281, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Milwaukee, WI (April 27, 2021)—The North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA) has

cover of primer on invasive species threats and opportunities

Invasive Species News and Research, April 2021

It’s the month of big overviews! Read the comprehensive USDA Forest Service Assessment, a primer on invasive species for Oregon policymakers, new research on the cost of biological invasions, several state roundups, and more.

Programs

NAISMA's programs aim to provide the support, training, and standards needed by the professional invasive species management community. 

Member Opportunities

Join invasive species managers, industry professionals, educators, and students by becoming a member of NAISMA.

Partner Organizations

NAISMA gives partner organizations professional training opportunities, outreach tools, and access to our international network.

Mission

invasive species managers

Support, promote, and empower invasive species prevention and management in North America.

Vision

North America’s lands and waters are protected from invasive species.

Members

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.