SLELO PRISM

Partner Spotlight

Our partners at the Indian River Lakes Conservancy are developing a weevil rearing project through community science.


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Two New Species On The Move

Our partners at the Indian River Lakes Conservancy are developing a weevil rearing project through community science.


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Milfoil, Community Science, and Teens

Our partners at the Indian River Lakes Conservancy are developing a weevil rearing project through community science.


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Calling all Water Chestnut Pull Organizers

If you organize water chestnut pulls, make your efforts count and report pre and post treatment data to NYiMapInvasives.org.


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Aquatic Invasive Species & Harmful Algal Blooms

Harmful algal blooms- HABs, can be a real bummer to summer recreation. Aquatic invasive plants and animals can assist the growth of HABs.


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Help Spot Spotted Lanternfly-Adopt a Grid Square

Help spot spotted lanternfly and tree of heaven-adopt a survey grid square! Learn to recognize and report these invasive species to a state-wide iMapInvasives early detection project. Detecting these species early will help protect New York State’s forests, and agricultural and tourist industries.


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Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Found in SLELO

The SLELO region is no longer the only region in NYS to have not found hemlock woolly adelgid.


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Experts Debunk Myths About Spotted Lanternfly

Have you ever heard the myth that the spotted lanternfly can glow? Learn the truth about this and other myths from the experts from Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences.


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Enhancing Sustainability of Urban Forests

Climate change and invasive pests threaten the health of our urban forests. SLELO PRISM has developed an Urban Forest Sustainability Guide to help communities maintain the health of their urban forests in the face of these challenges.


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New Invasive Pest Discovered in North America

An iNaturalist.CA report triggered the discovery of a new invasive pest in North America. The elm zigzag sawfly, Aproceros leucopoda Takeuchi, was confirmed present by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency […]


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