MNWIISC (Minnesota-Wisconsin Invasive Species Conference) 2010 - Working Together to Control Invasive Species
St. Paul, MN - November 8-10, 2010
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2010 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native
Ecosystems Conference - Joint Conference of The Stewardship
Network and Midwest Invasive Plant Network held January, 2010
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Video Presentations of the 2010 Invasive Plant Management Workshop held
at the Chicago Botanic Garden in February. Click
on the agenda item you would like to view. Presentations
covered chemical control of many widespread invasive
plants in IL, Tansy, Leafy spurge, IPM for
Reed Canary Grass, novel approaches to Buckthorn
control, wick applicators, and general aquatic
Midwest Invasive Plant Network Symposium, Indianapolis, December 10-11, 2008 - Click Here for PDFs of the Conference Presentations
Integrating Invasive Plant Species Data in the Midwest: Solutions for Data Collection
Co-sponsored by the North Central Integrated Pest Management Center and the Invasive Plant Association of Wisconsin, January 24-25, 2008
Accompanying Materials for the Workshop
Sessions: (PDF Files)
- Sharing Status of Invasive Species Data Management from the Midwest Region, Alycia Crall, UW-Madison/NIISS
- Data Collection Efforts, Iowa, Deborah Lewis, Iowa State Univ.
- Invasive Plants in Michigan:Prioritizing Control Efforts, Phyllis Higman & Ed Schools, Michigan Natural Features Inventory
- Minnesota Weed Data Collection, Tony Cortilet, MN Dept. of Agriculture
- Mapping Invasive Plants in Ohio, Tom Arbour, OH Dept. of Natural Resources
- USDA Forest Service NNIS Inventory and Mapping Program, Ann Hoefferle, US Forest Service
- National Park Service, Carmen Chapin, NPS
- Gaps in Regional Data Collection, Alycia Crall, UW-Madison/NIISS
- A Database of Nonindigenous Species in Michigan, Robert Ahern, Michigan State Univ.
- New Invaders Watch Program, Debbie Maurer, Lake County Forest Preserve District
- iMapInvasives: A Web-based Approach to Invasive Species Data Aggregation, Mapping, and Decision-making, Meg Wilkinson, TNC
- NIISS Overview, Alycia Crall, UW-Madison/NIISS
- North American Invasive Plant Mapping Standards, Greg Hensel, Hubbard County, MN
- Invasive plant data collection by NRS Forest Inventory and Analysis, Keith Moser, Northern Research Station
- The Art and Science of Weed Mapping, Tom Stohlgren, USGS/NIISS
- The Power of Sampling Method Designs: Detecting Changes in the Abundance of Invasive Species, Sarah Johnson, UW-Madison
- Citizen Based Monitoring Opportunities, Alycia Crall, UW-Madison/NIISS
Future of Data Sharing:
Special Session - Increasing importance in federal
grant programs of documenting
impact of research and education, Michael Bowers, National Program Leader,
Cooperative State, Research, Education & Extension Service, USDA
Special Session of Regional Plant Invasions October 10, 2007
- Developing An Early Detection Program For Invasive Plants in Your Area: Linking Local Efforts To the U.S. National Early Detection And Rapid Response System For Invasive Plants, Debbie Maurer, Lake County Forest Preserve District.
- Ceutorhynchus spp. As Potential Biological Control Agents of Garlic Mustard in the United States, Elizabeth J. Katovich, University of Minnesota.
- How Researchers and the Nursery Industry Can Work Together to Prevent Plan Invasions, Theresa M. Culley, University of Cincinnati and Keith Manbeck, Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association
- Reducing Seed Output and Seed Viability of Cultivars: How Much is Enough to Create a Plant that Will Not Be Invasive?, Tiffany Knight, Washington University.
- Cooperative Weed Management Areas: Expanding the Successful Western Concept to the Eastern States - Part 1 and Part 2, Kelly Kearns, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
and Posters (PDF files) from Dec 2006 Invasive
Plants Symposium in Milwaukee.