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NAISMA Coronavirus Update

Here are a few ways we anticipate the Coronavirus will affect the programs and operations of the North American Invasive Species Management Association.

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Outreach

Boot Brush Stations: Are They Effective?

Does the simple act of swiping your feet in one of these boot brushes actually accomplish anything? And if installed, will people actually use them? A research project gets to the bottom of boot brush stations.

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invasive species managers standing on a shoreline filled with Phragmites australis
Advocacy

Door County’s Noxious Weed Ordinances

Do you want to see the places beyond your property lines adopt the same management you invest on your land or water? By earning trust from local leadership, you can influence a system to support your efforts. Here’s how invasive species managers in Door County did it.

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Professional Development

Field Dispatch: Chuck Bargeron

The designer of Bugwood images and EDDMapS on his mentors, 6-foot lizards, useful analogies and the invasive species moon shot that we need in the next 10 years.

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