NCCISMA Partner Working Meeting is coming up! November 2nd at Baldwin Amvets Post, 1959 W. 24th Street, Baldwin MI, 49304.
The focus for this meeting will be on partner collaboration. This is an opportunity for our partners to come see what we have been up to and provide feedback on where as an organization we are going. US Fish and Wildlife Services will be bringing their display and take the time to discuss recent efforts to reduce the sea lamprey population. Invite here!
RSVP by October 26th, we hope to see you there!!!
Mason Co. images of Japanese knotweed, glossy buckthorn, and invasive phragmites courtesy of Dave Dister
An invasive species is an organism that is not native and has negative impacts on the economy, environment, or human health.
North Country CISMA (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area) is a group of organizations and individuals unites to address invasive species in a six-county region of northern Michigan.
Pictured left to right: Zach Peklo- Invasive Species Technician, Gabby Hastings- Invasive Species Strike Team Member, Nick Corniuk- Invasive Species Strike Team Crew Lead, Jenna Johnson- Outreach Coordinator, Abe Shoup- Invasive Species Strike Team Member, Amy Mallison-Invasive Species Strike Team Member, Vicki Sawicki- Program Coordinator