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Aquatic species invasions project approved!

Good news, Aquatic Invasives group. A really great NAS project was just selected by the SALCC Steering Committee for funding this year.  I wanted to make sure you got the news first.Those that have…Continue

Started by Rua Mordecai Jul 25, 2012.

Help craft an RFP to predict the future range of aquatic invasives 1 Reply

Apologies to all for the tight deadlines. The aquatic invasives group now has an opportunity to help craft a request for proposals focused on predicting the future range of aquatic invasives.…Continue

Tags: ANS, aquatic invasives

Started by Rua Mordecai. Last reply by Rua Mordecai Mar 8, 2011.

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Comment by Jeffrey J. Herod on February 1, 2013 at 5:59am

FYI--I have put out my request for proposals for ANS/ AIS projects in the Southeast. Please send me an email or call if you have questions. I have  expanded the SARP ANS Work Group. If you would like to be added to the email list and participate in monthly calls/ webEX please let me know.

Comment by Jeffrey J. Herod on November 14, 2012 at 12:48pm

Hello group. I wanted to raise awareness about the ecological risk screening summaries. this is a process the fws is using to look various species and the risk they pose. follow the link to get more info or shoot me an email. i held a webex and invited a presenter on th topic an di think it was well received.Ecological Risk Screening Summaries:
http://www.fws.gov/injuriouswildlife/Injurious_prevention.html

Comment by Chris Page on February 14, 2011 at 1:52pm
John, in SC we have included Phrag in the aquatic area of our control work and we have also include it with aquatic species in our SC AIS Plan. I would support the idea of including it as an aquatic species.
Comment by John B. Gallegos on February 3, 2011 at 7:30am
Does this group include Phragmites australis management/issues?  Or is that not considered an aquatic invasive?
 

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