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Top Ten Best Management Practices for Invasive Species

Invasive Plants in Indiana:
Pretty... Awful!
 

Indiana Invasive Species Council 3rd Biannual Conference

Grassroots Networking & Resources to Manage Invasive Species in Indiana


Register Now


February 15, 2018 - 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Hendrick's County 4-H Fairgrounds & Conference Center - Danville, Indiana

 

Topics will Include:

  Status of the draft Terrestrial Plant Rule,

  The latest updates on invasive species in Indiana,

  Reports from state agencies and conservation groups,

  Role out of the Indiana Invasive Species Council Media Campaign


Please join us for a day of networking & collaboration to discuss activities and tools (to include new legislation and statewide projects) to manage invasive species. Stay tuned for more information.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE DRAFT AGENDA

Have questions? Contact Dawn Slack: Dawn.slack@tnc.org

CLICK HERE to download a PDF of the save the date flyer.






Invasive species are non-native plants, animals or microbes that pose serious threats to human health and well-being, the environment, or our economy.

The Indiana Invasive Species Council (IISC) was established by the state legislature to enhance the ability of government agencies to detect, prevent, monitor, and manage new and long established invasions, as well as increase public awareness about invasive species.

You can help by reporting any unusual plants or animals you come across in the state to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources or to your local county Extension educator.


Click to report suspected finds of invasive species