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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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Contact: Elizabeth Brown, NAISMA Legislative Affairs Program Manager, 414-215-0532, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Milwaukee, WI (April 27-2021)—The North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA) announces
Through proper surveying techniques, outreach, and community support, northwest Michigan’s special hemlock trees remain safe for another season.
Contact: Elizabeth Brown, NAISMA Certified Weed Free Products Program Manager, 414-215-0532, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE In Effort to Prevent Noxious Weeds From Spreading Through Mulch,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact:Kristin Paltzer414-316-2100, ext. Coalition Allies Celebrate Applied Invasive Species Prevention MILWAUKEE, Wis. (March 9, 2021) – A new invasive species
Delaware Passes Invasive Plant Bill; Soon to Join Atlantic Seaboard States with Legislation on Commercial Traffic of Invasive Plants
The new Delaware legislation draws attention to 37 invasive landscape plants that are environmentally and economically harmful.
Help Stop Invasive Species: National Invasive Species Awareness Week Encourages Information and Advocacy
Do your part to engage the public and elected officials about protecting natural habitats by slowing the spread of invasive species.
Once you know an infestation exists, there are three different major control goals to consider: eradication, containment, and suppression.