AQUATIC INVASIVE PLANTS in the Midwest flyer
INVASIVE PLANTS in the Midwest flyer
MIPN Quarterly Newsletter
Conference Presentations - including MNWIISC (Minnesota-Wisconsin Invasive Species Conference) 2010 - Working Together to Control Invasive Species
Click here for presentations from The 2010 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference
Landscape Alternatives for Invasive Plants of the Midwest Brochure:Download the PDF
Companion to the Brochure - Nursery Wallet Cards - take these with you when you shop for plants and record where you find invasive species being sold.
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Landscape Alternatives for Invasive Plants of the Midwest - Updated 2013
Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference - October 2012
La Crosse Center, La Crosse, Wisconsin
October 29-31, 2012
Early registration rates for the 2012 Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference (UMISC) in La Crosse, Wisconsin will expire on September 14, 2012. This yearâ€™s conference will be held October 29-31, 2012 and will be one of the largest gatherings of professionals, academics, and citizens in the Upper Midwest to discuss the challenges and opportunities for managing the spread of invasive species. Sessions will cover aquatic, terrestrial, animal, plant, insect and interdisciplinary topics. With over 180 oral and poster presentations, unique workshops and tours, and plenary presentations from the region's leading experts, there will be something for everyone to learn! View the newly released list of oral and poster presentations and the At-a-Glance Schedule and workshop descriptions here: http://www.umisc2012.org/program.html. Regional, national, and international leaders of invasive species research and policy will present the latest research and information during the Monday morning and Tuesday lunch plenaries. Space is limited in workshops and field trips, which will be held on the afternoon of Monday, October 29 in the unique Mississippi River Valley and Driftless area of Southwestern Wisconsin. Registration prior to the conference is required for all events: http://www.umisc2012.org/registration.html.
Discounted hotel room blocks have been reserved at hotels adjacent or near the La Crosse Center. View hotel discount codes here: http://www.umisc2012.org/venue-and-accommodation.html
*MIPN is a co-host of this conference and members will receive discounted registration
UConn scientist develops sterile variety of invasive plant. Scientific breakthrough could help restore the popular ornamental shrub Euonymus alatus, otherwise known as burning bush, to prominence in commercial marketplace.
Professor Yi Li's Laboratory in the University of Connecticut's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources has developed a seedless variety of the popular ornamental shrub Euonymus alatus, also called 'burning bush,' that retains the plant's brilliant foliage yet eliminates its ability to spread and invade natural habitats. Read more....
Swallow-wort Biocontrols Pass Test - click the link to read more
"Weevils making progress against invasive vines in Greenwich" - Click here to read an article about biocontrol of mile-a-minute vine in Connecticut.
9th Biennial North American Forest Ecology Workshop
First Call for Abstracts
"Piecing Together the Fragments: Sustaining Forest Ecosystems in the 21st Century"
June 16-20, 2013
2012 NRVMA/NAWMA Combined Conference
October 30, 2012 - November 1, 2012
Hilton Branson Convention Center
OIPC Ailanthus Workshop
Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012
Ross County Historical Society in Chillicothe, OH and
Tar Hollow State Forest near Londonderry OH
Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference
October 29-31, 2012 - La Crosse, WI
Ohio Invasive Plants Council Research Conference
Feb. 21, 2013
Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
Save The Date for SER2013
The Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) is pleased to announce the SER2013 World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Reflections on the Past, Directions for the Future, to be held October 6-11, 2013 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.