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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 .

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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 .

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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: “Jumping Worms:” What We Know Now

Bernie has been with the WI DNR for 13 years working with Invasives Species, and particularly the Best Management Practices (BMPs) for addressing Invasives in the Forests.

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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: Why do anglers release baitfish? An application of the Theory of Planned Behavior

Managing natural systems is fundamentally an exercise in managing the human behaviors that affect those systems. In particular, the human-mediated movement of live animals, vectors, or infectious material is a well-documented vector for the spread of invasive species and emergence of novel pathogens in many contexts, but especially in inland freshwater systems.

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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 .

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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 .

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