Archives: November 2012

  • An Appeal to Fund Invasive Species Research

    This appeal comes to us by way of Ellen Jacquart from Lauren Smith, PhD Candidate, Reynolds Lab, Department of Biology, Indiana University Do you want to contribute to the progress of invasive species research? I’m a PhD candidate at Indiana University in Bloomington, and I’m studying plant invasion ecology. In particular, I’m studying the high-impact invader garlic mustard, and…

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  • INPAWS Hike: Woody Winter Wonderland

    Bundle up and join us to hike a wonderful, woody, winter wonderland of trees and shrubs native to Indiana. When: Saturday, January 12 – 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. – Eastern Standard Time. Where: The property of Harmon and Sally Weeks, located approximately 7 miles northeast of Attica, Fountain County, Indiana. Leader: Sally Weeks, dendrologist,…

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  • Indiana’s Invasive Plant List

    The Invasive Plant Advisory Committee of the Indiana Invasive Species Council has developed an invasive plant list for Indiana and it is now available at http://www.entm.purdue.edu/IISC/invasiveplants.php.  An assessment document was created for each species, evaluating the invasive threat it poses for Indiana.  Those assessment documents can be accessed at the same web link as above,…

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  • Seeking Feedback on AC2012

    Our 19th Annual Conference is history, and what a day it was, thanks to all who attended, our speakers, and the dedicated volunteers who tended to the details. Now we want to know how the conference was for you.  Please take a few minutes to give us the valuable feedback we need to plan future…

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