Columbia Gorge Boot Brush Outreach Campaign

Beaver Creek, OR Beaver Creek, OR, United States

The Columbia Gorge Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) and its partners are launching an outreach campaign to highlight the importance of clean gear before and after recreating! During PlayCleanGo Awareness Week, we will share different prevention methods the public should take to minimize the spread of invasive species in our natural areas. Our message will […]


Trail Monitoring Hike at Hemlock Curve Nature Trail

Hemlock Curve Nature Trail Badger Rd., Peshtigo, MI, United States

Join WRISC at the Hemlock Curve Nature Trail in Peshtigo, WI, to learn more about our Volunteer Program and how to become a successful Trail Monitor! During the hike, you will learn how to identify and properly record sightings of invasive species on the trails! What to Bring: Outdoor Clothes GPS or Phone with GPS […]


Terrestrial Invasive Species Prevention Webinar

Join us as we discuss simple steps you can take to help prevent the spread of invasive species when you bike, camp, garden, hike, or otherwise enjoy the outdoors!


Love Your Lakes: Leave No Trace When Paddling in the Adirondacks

With more than 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 30,000 miles of rivers and streams, the Adirondacks are a paddler's paradise. Whether you are planning a day trip close to town or an overnight adventure in remote lakes, explore all the ways you can follow "leave no trace" principles to help protect habitats, wildlife, and water quality. Speakers from the Adirondack Mountain Club, Northern Forest […]


All it Takes is One Boat: Stopping the Spread of Aquatic Invaders

Join this statewide webinar hosted by the Long Island Invasive Species Management Area (LIISMA) to hear stories about some of our most interesting aquatic invasive species, and simple ways that you can help stop their spread. Our guest speaker Ashley Morris (DEC) will speak about the Boat Steward program on Long Island and help us […]


Trail Monitoring Hike at Little Fumee Recreation Area

Little Fumee Recreation Area Fumee Lake Dr., Quinnesec, MI, United States

During the hike, you will learn invasive species monitoring techniques, from identification to properly recording data. By the end of the hike, you will be able to confidently go out on your own and monitor for invasive species! What to Bring: Outdoor Clothes Water GPS or Phone with GPS capabilities Optional: bug spray, sunscreen, snacks


Kayak the Pine River Oxbow!

Pine River Oxbow County Rd N, Florence, WI, United States

If you love to be on the water, this may be the perfect event for you! We will be kayaking/canoeing the Pine River Oxbow in Florence. WI. During the event, we will be covering identification and stream monitoring techniques that can be done from the water. This stretch of river is great for beginners and […]