North American Invasive Species Management Association
NAISMA is a network of professionals challenged by invasive species: land managers, water resource managers, state, regional, and federal agency directors and staff, and nonprofit organizations. NAISMA's members are a diverse group of individuals who are involved in implementing invasive species management programs at all scales.
Our mission is to support, promote, and empower invasive species prevention and management in North America.
Our vision is to have North America’s lands and waters protected from invasive species.
What We Do
NAISMA's programs aim to provide the support, training, and standards needed by the professional invasive species management community. NAISMA's work would not be possible without the support of our Sustaining Members. Thank you for your support! Membership opportunities are affordable and provide discounts to all of NAISMA's programs.
The Spring semester of NAISMA's Online Invasive Species Management Training Program has begun. Professionals and students from all over the world are participating in this program. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your professional skills and boost your knowledge about the ecology, biology, history, management, policy, and prevention of invasive species. CEUs for Pesticide Applicator licenses and SAF are available. Visit the Program page for more information.
Presentations whose authors have allowed us to share their work from the 2017 Annual Meeting are now online here.
Save the Dates! NAISMA's 2018 Annual Meeting will be a joint conference with the Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference (UMISC) in Rochester, Minnesota from October 15-18, 2018. UMISC is organized by a coalition of invasive species organizations including the Invasive Plants Association of Wisconsin, Midwest Invasive Plant Network, and Minnesota Invasive Species Advisory Council. This year marks UMISC's 10th Anniversary and NAISMA will be celebrating its 25th! Join us.