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The North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA) is the largest organization dedicated to protecting North America’s natural heritage from the threat of invasive species.
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Are you a true believer in the work of invasive species management? North American Invasive Species Management Association’s 2021 overview will give you hope.
Invasive species volunteers need to hear the most important “whys” you can offer to motivate the gifts of their time and energy.
What’s the recommended way to manage flowering rush, an aquatic invasive plant that spreads through both seeds and rhizomes?
December 2: Classical Weed Biocontrol Summit: Highlighting and Fostering International Collaborations that Enhance Weed Biocontrol in North America
Press release on our free, virtual summit.
Invasives Task Force of The Woodlands started with 40 volunteers in 2018. Here’s how they tripled their volunteer force and are making their community better.
NAISMA encourages prioritization of RAWA funds to prevent and manage invasive species on public lands and waters.
With ecosystems under threat from invasive species, managers can choose to either go it alone or form partnerships that transcend jurisdictional boundaries.
Programs in the U.S. and Canada prevent spread and expand operations. Aquatic and wetland invasive plants in the spotlight.
We can’t gather in person. But we CAN share some experiences that include all five senses! Come to these social hours during the 2021 Annual Conference.