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SLELO PRISM

ABOUT SLELO

SLELO PRISM

ST. LAWRENCE EASTERN LAKE ONTARIO PARTNERSHIP FOR REGIONAL INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT

The Invasive Species Volunteer Surveillance Network (VSN) is a community science initiative to enhance early detection efforts of priority invasive species in the St. Lawrence Eastern Lake Ontario (SLELO) region. Early detection is a term used to describe discovering invasive species populations in the early stages of introduction before population sizes become too large to manage. Click the links below to join the VSN as a Lands or Waters Protector and learn more about the species we’re enhancing early detection efforts for. 

This opportunity is for those who enjoy hiking and spending time outside in lands and forests. 

This opportunity is for those who enjoy boating, kayaking/canoeing, and spending time outside on the water. 

Want to learn how to recognize and report invasive species? Sign up to take a virtual training!

Already a VSN member? Be sure to record your time volunteering with the VSN by clicking the button below. 

Want to become a member? Scroll down to sign-up for training!

To learn more contact,
SLELO PRISM Education/Outreach Coordinator
Megan Pistolese at megan.pistolese@tnc.org 

 

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Rob Williams                              rwilliams@tnc.org                     Program Director

Megan Pistolese megan.pistolese@tnc.org
Outreach and Education

Brittney Rogers brittney.rogers@tnc.org 
Aquatic Invasive Species

Robert Smith       robert.l.smith@tnc.org 
Terrestrial Invasive Species

Zachary Simek    zachary.simek@TNC.ORG     Conservation and GIS Analyst

During this time the best way to contact our team is via email.

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