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Conference Catch-Up

Watch invasive species sessions from Cornell Cooperative Extension's In-Service

Jumping Worm Updates
Research Priorities
IS Outreach & COVID

Incident Command System
for Invasive Species

Presented by Molly Hassett, DEC

NORTHEAST REGIONAL INVASIVE SPECIES & CLIMATE CHANGE (RISCC) MANAGEMENT NETWORK
INVASIVE SPECIES & CLIMATE CHANGE SYMPOSIUM
January 20-21, 2021 • Free • Via Zoom
North American Weed Biocontrol Summit

Share and Learn the Latest on Biocontrol
Wednesday, October 28th, 11 – 3 ET

Mile a Minute Vine by Katja Schulz

Webinar Available

Assessing the Risk of Invasive Plant Introductions at Trailheads in the Adirondack Park

Webinar Recording Available

Knotweed Biocontrol
Dr. Bernd Blossey, Cornell University

Webinar Available

Addressing Invasives in British Columbia:
Successes, Challenges, & Where-to Next

Fall colors in Saanichton, British Columbia by Bradon Godfrey

Our Mission

Connect invasive species research and practice to help manage the impact of invasive species in NYS

Garlic Mustard by David Cappaert, Michigan State University. Bugworld.org

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State of the Science
New York Invasive Species Research Institute
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We connect invasive species research and practice to help manage the impact of invasive species in NYS.

About NYISRI

Invasive species pose a serious threat to New York’s natural resources, and NYISRI is committed to improving the scientific basis of invasive species management. We serve the scientific research community, natural resource and land managers, and state offices and sponsored organizations by through promoting research, creating networks, and providing support.

Research

Identify research needs from managers and coordinate research to meet those needs.

Network

Foster knowledge exchange between diverse organizations and individuals through conferences and webinars.

Support

Support managers and researchers by synthesizing research, communicating funding opportunities, and creating management protocols.

Latest Research

Research Digest: November 2020 (11/19/2020) - A redesigned digest with recently published papers on invasive species research topics from Hydrobiologia, Biological Invasions and other journals.

Recent Posts

Research Summary: Bidding on the next aquatic invader (11/13/2020) - Buying aquarium organisms from across the world can be as easy as the click of a button, and that's the problem.
Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Nicholas James Reo (11/6/2020) - “How do Indigenous Peoples relate to and regard introduced species?” asks Dr. Reo, Dartmouth professor and citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
Research Summary: Invasive Leafiness and Latitude (10/27/2020) - If you’re an invasive shrub, you hold on to your leaves– citizen scientists helped to find that extended leaf phenology between native and invasive shrubs gets more similar as you move northward.

Latest News

Catskill Research Fellowships (10/26/2020) - Applications due Dec. 31 at 11:59 PM

STAY UP-TO-DATE

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FUNDING FOR NYISRI

Is provided by the Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation