Archives: September 2017

  • Position Open with Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management

    Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management–Position Description Position Title: Regional Specialist Location: Southern Indiana, location is negotiable Salary: $45,000 – $55,000 based on qualifications and experience Application deadline: October 15, 2017  Description Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management (SICIM) is a 501-c-3 non-profit organization whose mission is to protect, restore, and enhance southern Indiana’s landscapes by coordinating…

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  • Northeast Chapter Programs, Fall 2017

    TOUR A HIDDEN WETLAND Sat., Sept. 23, 10-11A Camp Scott Wetlands, part of FW City Utilities 3615 Oxford Street, Fort Wayne Why did a utility company build a wetland? Camp Scott is normally closed to the public, but during its Open House, you’ll have a chance to view this uniquely constructed wetland. Take a hike…

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  • Panel on Invasive Plants & Ecosystem Restoration September 21

    Who’s Driving?Invasive Plant Species as Drivers, Passengers, and Backseat Drivers Thursday, September 216:00 to 7:30 p.mNick’s English Hut (2nd floor Hump Room)Bloomington, IN Join us for an invigorating panel discussion on invasive plants and ecosystem restoration. Exotic invasive plants, animals, and microbes can decimate the biological diversity of ecological systems and cause billions of dollars…

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  • West Central Chapter Programs, Fall 2017

    West Central Chapter Program Meetings—fourth Mondays at 7pm at Lilly Nature Center in Celery Bog Nature Area (West Lafayette) Dinner with the speaker is at 6pm in the MCL Cafeteria-West Lafayette  ~ open to the public ~ MON SEP 25  “The Importance of a Biodiverse World”    Dawn Slack, TNC, & Chair of Indiana’s Invasive Plant…

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  • Weed Scientists Warn of Palmer Amaranth

    Make Sure Your Seed Mix is Tested for the Nation’s Most Troublesome Weed WESTMINSTER, Colorado – AUGUST 28, 2017 – Scientists from the Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) say some native seed mixes planted to foster habitats for honeybees and other pollinators have been found to be contaminated with Palmer amaranth – a weed…

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