The elm zigzag sawfly has recently been discovered for the first time in New York State in St. Lawrence County. Three dead specimens were confirmed at Wildland in Brasher Falls […]
Join guided hikes to learn how to survey for and report hemlock woolly adelgid – an invasive insect that kills hemlock trees. The Eastern Hemlock is a key tree species found throughout the Tug Hill region that provides many benefits for people and nature. Detecting the presence of HWA early on enhances management efforts to […]
Join our partners with Save the River for their annual Winter Environmental Conference to be held on Saturday, January 28th, 2023 at the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel in Clayton, NY from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Save The River’s Winter Environmental Conference is a regionally significant and well-attended event held every winter for over a […]
Winter is a good time to start planning for your garden. Selecting what plants you will grow can be exciting but you could be playing a role in the introduction of invasive plants. Many invasive plants were once considered desirable ornamentals that were intentionally introduced to gardens and landscapes only to escape into our natural […]
Hosted by SLELO PRISM's Eastern Lake Ontario Swallow Wort Collaborative (ELOSC) please join us on Monday, February 13th from 1 pm-2 pm for an informative webinar This webinar will share SLELO PRISM's hypena opulenta release and survey history, along with plans to enhance H. opulenta overwintering surveying efforts through partner and volunteer engagement; Thousand Island […]
Hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) is an invasive insect that is killing hemlock trees and threatening the health of our forests. Although only the size of a sesame seed, HWA will have a big impact on our forests. The good news is that there are conservation and management strategies you can implement to protect hemlock trees. […]
Calling all water chestnut removal organizers! There is a state-wide effort to manage water chestnut and to capture efforts in iMapInvasives. This information is of interest to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and is being compiled by iMapInvasives into an interpretive dashboard intended to showcase efforts over time. iMapInvaives is hosting a training on […]
June 5th-the 11th New York observes Invasive Species Awareness Week (NYISAW). This is a state-wide outreach campaign aimed to raise awareness and engage the public to take action to protect their lands and waters from the impacts caused by invasive species. Organizations and stakeholders across the state will be hosting outreach events during this […]
Spring is here and it's time to start thinking about gardening! Selecting what plants you will grow can be exciting but you could be playing a role in the introduction of invasive plants. Many invasive plants were once considered desirable ornamentals that were intentionally introduced to gardens and landscapes only to escape into our natural […]
What: Manual removal of yellow flag iris. When: Thursday, June 8th, 10 AM- 12 PM Where: South Colwell Pond at the Montario Point Boat Launch located on Montario Point Road, Henderson, NY Details: No experience is needed and tools will be provided. Bring a kayak or canoe to join an optional paddle to the beach for a bring-your-own […]
SLELO PRISM Partner Meeting Schedule: Our partners have decided to meet on a seasonal/quarterly basis. We will meet the third week of these months: January, April, July, and October alternating between Wednesdays and Thursdays, starting at 10 am.
If you want to receive partner meeting announcements please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Save the Date for 2023 Partner Meetings:
Thursday, October 12th
Keewaydin State Park – Marina Pavilion, 10 am-12 pm 45165 State Route 12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
The PRISM Network hosts a monthly Speaker Series on the last Wednesday of each month (except, July, August, and December).
iMapInvasives holds training webinars after the PRISM Speaker Series from 1 pm-2 pm. Visit the iMap website for details and to register.
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