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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NYISAW 2021

Learn how you can protect your lands and waters from the impacts of invasive species during the 8th annual New York Invasive Species Awareness Week. June 6th through the 12th virtual engagements, COVID compliant events, social media challenges and a family friendly scavenger hunt will be held across NYS.


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Field Survey conducted by Robert Smith and Brittney Rogers

13 Priority Conservation Areas and 30 Highly Probable Areas were surveyed for hemlock woolly adelgid in the SLELO region. Of the 30 HPAs searched, HWA was detected at 3 separate sites.


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Nature Knows no Boundaries

Humankind is a fan of creating boundaries, we like to think of things in terms of here or over there, ours or theirs, but nature knows no boundaries. The work we do to prevent the spread of an invasive forest pest or aquatic plant expands beyond our regional counties and other manmade borders, these efforts impact large-scale connected land and water scapes.


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When Doing Nothing is Better?

Garlic mustard is one of the most common invasive plants found in backyards, along roadsides and within our natural areas and forests. There is a new perspective regarding the control of this common invader and it isn’t what you may think.


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Trapping Invasive Beetles

The St. Lawrence Seaway is a high risk area for the introduction of Ambrosia beetles. These invasive beetles can attack freshly cut lumber and lumber in decks before it is dried, and they cause pinhole defects and dark staining in the outer wood. Galleries formed in the sapwood or heartwood also cause damage. SLELO is monitoring traps in the region to aid an early detection effort lead by the NYSDEC.


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