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SLELO PRISM

Biological Diversity, Climate Resiliency & Invasive Species

Biological diversity is a vital factor in the ability of an ecosystem to be resilient against stressors including invasive species and climate change.  If we genuinely seek to keep our lands and waters healthy and resilient to future stressors, then we must go beyond the management of invasives and make restoration and resiliency a top priority in our invasive species work.


Invasive Species Distribution Updates

Get the latest updates on invasvie species distribution in the state from the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets.


Volunteerism at the Molecular Level

Learn about how water samples can help detect the presence of aquatic invasive and native species and get involved.


Controlling Invasive Woody Plants

Fall and winter are ideal seasons to control invasive shrubs. During these seasons, plants switch from drawing nutrients to their leaves and start drawing nutrients to their roots as part […]


Protect Monarch Butterflies

About Monarch Butterflies In September and October, monarch butterflies will be laying their eggs on native milkweed using a combination of chemical and visual cues that have evolved over time. […]


Species Spotlight: Asian Longhorned Beetle

Description The Asian longhorned beetle, ALB (Anoplophora glabripennis), is a wood-boring invasive insect native to China and Korea. It was first seen in the US in the mid-1990s, possibly introduced […]


We Have Billboards!

As part of our Pledge to Protect marketing initiative we’ve designed billboards to be placed in strategic locations throughout the SLELO region. At this time, there are three billboards up […]


Partner Spotlight

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


Two New Species On The Move

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


Milfoil, Community Science, and Teens

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