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Terrestrial Invasive Species

They're coming! Lots of aggressive exotic plants are taking over. Help fight back.

Cooperative Weed Management Area

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Invasive Plant Association of Wisconsin

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Midwest Invasive Plant Network

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  • Kate Howe, MIPN Coordinator
    Purdue University and The Nature Conservancy of Indiana

 

Northeast Wisconsin Alliance Phragmites Project

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  • Project Manager: Brian Ewart
  • Start Date: Aug. 1, 2009
  • End Date: Aug. 1, 2015
  • Description: Participants identify, describe and map stands of non-native phragmites throughout Northeast Wisconsin.
  • Purpose: To determine the magnitude of problem and better understand the spread for the development of prevention and control strategies.
  • Study Extent: State/ province
  • Quality Assurance/Control Procedure(s): Data reviewed, data collection training

 

Wisconsin Citizen Based Monitoring Network for Invasive Plants

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  • Project Manager: Alycia Crall
  • Description: These are general data on invasive plants species contributed by citizen monitors across the state of Wisconsin.
  • Purpose: To map and control invasive plant species in Wisconsin.
    Study Extent: State/ province
  • Quality Assurance/Control Procedure(s): Data reviewed, data collection training

 

Wisconsin Invasive Plants of the Future

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  • Project Manager: Brendon Panke
  • Description: Early Detection Invasive Plant Program
  • Purpose: The Department of Natural Resources is dedicated to the preservation, protection, effective management, and maintenance of Wisconsin's natural resources. It is responsible for implementing the laws of the state and, where applicable, the laws of the federal government that protect and enhance the natural resources of our state. It is the one agency charged with full responsibility for coordinating the many disciplines and programs necessary to provide a clean environment and a full range of outdoor recreational opportunities for Wisconsin citizens and visitors. The Wisconsin Invasive Plants Reporting & Prevention Project is an Early Detection and Strategic Response initiative Co-sponsored by the Wisconsin DNR and the Wisconsin State Herbarium, with the cooperation of many organizations and individuals.
  • Quality Assurance/Control Procedure(s): Data reviewed, no data collection training; Data collection training, no data review; Data reviewed, data collection training
  • Organization: State of Wisconsin
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