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NAISMA Committee on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA)

NAISMA supports a culture of inclusion through all of our programs, communications, and work to support invasive species managers. See our IDEA resources for invasive species managers page for more information on the committee. If you're interested in joining this committee's monthly Zoom meetings, please contact Tina at .

Webinar: Utilizing Fire and Grazing as part of an Integrated Prairie Management Program

Utilizing Fire and Grazing as part of an Integrated Prairie Management Program Presented by: Chris Helzer, Nebraska Director of Science for The Nature Conservancy Registration Link → The health and resilience of prairies relies upon plant/animal diversity and heterogeneous habitat structure that supports that diversity.  The Nature Conservancy has been long experimenting with combinations of prescribed […]

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NAISMA Committee on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA)

NAISMA supports a culture of inclusion through all of our programs, communications, and work to support invasive species managers. See our IDEA resources for invasive species managers page for more information on the committee. If you're interested in joining this committee's monthly Zoom meetings, please contact Tina at .

Webinar: Invasive plant management on non-industrial forest lands in the Panhandle, Fl after Hurricane Michael

Invasive plant management on non-industrial forest lands in the Panhandle, Fl after Hurricane Michael Presented by: Dr. Mysha Clarke, Assistant Professor, School of Forest, Fisheries and Geomatic Sciences, UF/IFAS Registration Link → Hurricane Michael had catastrophic socio-ecological impacts on landowners and forestlands in the Panhandle, Florida. Although scientists predict an increase in the spread of invasive […]

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NAISMA Committee on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA)

NAISMA supports a culture of inclusion through all of our programs, communications, and work to support invasive species managers. See our IDEA resources for invasive species managers page for more information on the committee. If you're interested in joining this committee's monthly Zoom meetings, please contact Tina at .

In-Person IDEA Committee Meeting!

Mark your calendars! NAISMA's 30th Annual Conference at Sanibel Harbour Marriott in Ft. Myers, Florida, includes committee meetings on Monday. We will update the time closer to the date. Email Tina at for more information on joining the IDEA Committee.

Webinar: Invasive Mussel Collaborative Tools and Accomplishments

Invasive Mussel Collaborative Tools and Accomplishments Presented by: Ashley Elgin with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Diane Waller with the U.S. Geological Survey, and Jeff Tyson with the Great Lakes Fishery Commission Registration Link → Abstracts - Research Work Group presented by Ashley Elgin, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration The IMC Research Work Group is […]

Last IDEA Committee Meeting of the Year

Join us for the last meeting of IDEA Committee members for 2022. Email for Zoom details.

Experiences in Implementation of Weed Biocontrol within Integrated Weed Management Programs in North America

NAISMA’s Annual Weed Biocontrol Summit communicates the latest in weed biocontrol research to North American invasive plant managers and educators. The Summit aims to connect researchers to on-the-ground practitioners and experiences. In 2022, we are focusing on weed management practitioners who utilize weed biocontrol within their integrated weed management programs throughout North America. Managers and […]

Webinar: Understanding ISPM 15 to Reduce the Risk of Pests in Wood Packaging

Understanding ISPM 15 to Reduce the Risk of Pests in Wood Packaging Presented by: Brad Gething, Vice President of Science and Technology, National Wooden Pallet and Container Association Registration Link → ISPM 15 was fully implemented in the United States in 2006 to reduce the risk and spread of quarantine pests associated with wood packaging. This […]

Webinar: Miller Creek Watershed Restoration: The Value of Partnership During a Pandemic

Salmonids are critical components of the transitional boreal forest and temperate rainforests of Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. Alaska Natives and the local economy are dependent upon subsistence, recreational, and commercial fisheries that target these species. Invasive Northern Pike (Esox lucius) (pike), which prey upon and threaten local salmonids, were thought to have been eradicated from the Kenai Peninsula across multiple waterbodies in early 2019 following a concerted multi-year effort by Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G).

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