We have cost sharing available for those who need to come into compliance with the NR 151 rules. Contact the Land Conservation Office at 608-647-2100 for more information.
Prairie Burn at Ash Creek
Battling Invasives – New SW Badger Coalition
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Patrick Dayton, Southwest Badger Stewardship Forester at (608) 637 – 5479 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The NEW Southwest Wisconsin Invasive Species Coalition: Battling Invasives
A new chapter has begun on exotic invasive species management in Southwest Wisconsin. SWISC (Southwest Wisconsin Invasive Species Coalition) was recently formed from a group of agencies, organizations, and individuals to combat the negative effects of non-native organisms that have been brought here and are causing damage to the ecology and economy of the region. Once exotic invasive species take hold in an area (often brought here by humans) they explode in their population due to biological capabilities and lack of natural controls. They cause harm to the ecology and economy by displacing native species (plants, animals, fungi, etc) that have vital roles in the appropriate working web of life that we have come to exist in. Species such as garlic mustard, buckthorn, zebra mussel, emerald ash borer, etc have all been in the news for a while and have all had negative economic effects to our region. [Read more…]
Invasive Plant Paulownia Tomentosa “Princess Tree”
For more information – http://www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/plants/printree.shtml
This is an invasive species that should not be purchased or planted.
Ash Creek Community Forest Trails
New Emerald Ash Borer Quarantines Cover Seven Southwest Wisconsin Counties
Read more here… EAB Columbia Grant Monroe
Japanese Knot Weed – Needing volunteers
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