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).

NISAW Webinar: American Bullfrog Management to Support Conservation and Recovery of Native Species in the West

American bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus) are not native to western North America and threaten dozens of Species of Greatest Conservation Need and many federally Threatened or Endangered species. Control or eradication of American bullfrogs may seem impossible. However, a handful of success stories demonstrate that control is possible and benefits native frogs. Yosemite National Park in […]

Webinar: Preventing the Spread of Invasive Species through PlayCleanGo and WorkCleanGo

PlayCleanGo®: Stop Invasive Species In Your Tracks® is NAISMA’s official, branded, registered, trademark-protected education and outreach program aimed at stopping the spread of invasive species through outdoor recreational pathways. The international campaign is grounded in a Community Based Social Marketing (CBSM) strategy. Thanks to past support from the USDA Forest Service and USDA APHIS, and […]

Webinar: Ventenata Identification, Impacts, and Management Options

Ventenata (Ventenata dubia) is one of the most recent troublesome invasive plant species to affect range, pasture, and wild lands of the Intermountain Pacific Northwest and Northern Great Plains of the U.S. This presentation will cover biology, ecology, and management of ventenata. Grass identification can be difficult, and this presentation will also discuss how to […]

Webinar: Introduced Plant Pathogens Threatening North American Forests

Introduced plant pathogens threaten North American forests. Some arrived in the distant past: chestnut blight, white pine blister rust, beech bark disease, Dutch elm disease, butternut canker. Damaging introductions continue through the late 20th Century (sudden oak death, laurel wilt) and recent decades (ohia rust, Fusarium blight, rapid ohia death, beech leaf disease). Introduction of […]

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