Our partners, the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe are developing an integrated response to emerald ash borer. The response will include ways to mitigate impacts that EAB has on culturally significant black ash which is valued by the Tribe and used for traditional basket weaving.
Calling all hikers, paddlers, gardeners and outdoor lovers! While you’re enjoying the great outdoors this season keep your eyes peeled for invasive species and let us know if you find them. SLELO PRISM offers training on how to recognize and report invasive species. Protect your lands and waters by joining our invasive species volunteer surveillance network!
Most of us think of invasive plants as those that invade natural areas. You may be surprised to know that your landscape may be harboring invasive species that were intentionally planted.
Spring is here and invasive plants are already greening up! Learn about some common invasive plants you may have in your own backyard.
Over 70 thousand pounds of water chestnuts have been removed by SLELO partners and volunteers between 2018-2020. We’re exploring how these removals are impacting natural aquatic systems, how we should measure the success of our efforts and what data should we all be reporting?
SLELO PRISM and partners are teaming up to raise awareness for spotted lanternfly!
Urban forests provide many benefits to people and nature. SLELO PRISM is reaching out to cities in our region to collaborate on an Urban Forest Sustainability initiative geared to enhance the health of urban forests in the path of invasive species and climate change.
This year we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans joined together to demand a new way forward for our planet. This movement is […]
Contact us if you are interested in volunteering with the SLELO PRISM and The Nature Conservancy to help develop a new database! Download Database Volunteer Flyer PDF For other volunteer […]
Check out our new invasive species handbook!