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.
The SLELO region is no longer the only region in NYS to have not found hemlock woolly adelgid.
Urban forests are street trees and other vegetation that provide green spaces within an urban setting. Urban forests provide immense beauty to cities, as well as many benefits for people and nature. Invasive tree pests threaten the health of our urban forests.
Help protect your urban forests and adopt a tree to monitor for signs of invasive pests.
Do you have some extra time on your hands and want to do something that will help out but is also safe during COVID? You can help enhance invasive species outreach efforts from the comfort of your phone!
Early detection work is a core mission for SLELO PRISM. Learn how we’ve strenghtened our efforts.
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You can help protect your favorite wild and urban places by keeping an eye out for invasive species, reporting observations via iMapInvasives, and by taking steps to control invasives you find on your property.
The SLELO team is gearing up for hemlock woolly adelgid surveys. We’re interested in learning of hemlock stands in the SLELO region.