YouTube - Hungry Pests: Video (Resources)
YouTube; USDA. APHIS. Hungry Pests.
and Volunteers Program: Working Together to Manager
Invasive Species on National Wildlife Refuges
Fish and Wildlife Service; National Wildlife Refuge
Association; Nature Conservancy; DOI. USGS.
National Institute of Invasive Species Science.
The Early Detectives: How to Use Volunteers Against Invasive Species, Case Studies of Volunteer Early Detection Programs in the U.S.
USDA. NAL. National Invasive Species Information Center.
The University of Richmond, Environmental Studies Program (2003)
Editors: Kyle Hegamyer, Stephen P. Nash, Peter D. Smallwood
on National Wildlife Refuges
National Wildlife Refuge Association.
Weed/Invasive Species Control
What You Can Do
DOI. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Non-natives - What Can I Do to Help?
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Clean Go: Stop Invasive Species in Your Tracks
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Interagency partners in Minnesota have launched PlayCleanGo, an education and
outreach campaign for outdoor recreationalists. The goal is to encourage outdoor
recreation while protecting valuable natural resources. The objective is to
slow or stop the spread of terrestrial invasive species (those that occur on
land) through changes in public behavior.
Preventing the Introduction and Spread of Invasive Species
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Select tab for specific information: Aquatic, Terrestrial, NR40, and Wetlands
- Washington Invasive Species Education (WISE)
Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office.
Washington Invasive Species Council.
The most effective way to do away with an invasive
species is to prevent it from establishing in the first
place. WISE presents easy options for
how you can prevent the spread of invasives. Be part
of the solution!
You Can Do
Wisconsin Council on Invasive Species.
What YOU Can Do to Help Stop the Spread of Invasive Species!
Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Wildlife and Heritage Service.
Don't Release Your Pet!
University of Florida. IFAS. Gulf Coast Research and Education Center Plant City Campus.
Invasive Species - What Can I Do to Help?
The Scottish Executive.
Back the Pollinators Campaign / Citizen Science
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation.
Island Habitat Restoration Task Force: A Partnership
in Invasive Plant Management
New Jersey Audubon Society.
Volunteer opportunities exist to help manage, survey,
and monitor invasive species, and private landowners
are encouraged to join this partnership to learn
about invasive species and how to enhance wildlife
habitat on their properties.
- Citizen Science
Colorado Sate University.
An invasive species mapping program that allows citizens, school groups, and
professionals to enter invasive species observations into a global database.
Provides the training and tools to allow anyone to participate in research on
species distributions. For starters, we are focusing on engaging citizen scientists
to help map invasive species.
Note: Funded by by National Science Foundation (NSF); joint effort with the U.S.
Geological Survey and under the supervision of the National
Institute of Invasive Species Science.
Guide to the Control of Invasive Plants in Wetland
and Riparian Areas (Apr 2003; PDF | 1.63 MB)
Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.
Provides an excellent overview of how to plan a
volunteer invasive plant removal work day and includes
information on recruitment, safety, supervision, and
other relevant topics.
Get Out There
Public Broadcasting System. National Geographic's Strange Days on Planet Earth.
National initiative developed by the ANS Task Force and its partner organizations, focuses on the prevention of the spread of non-native species via the aquarium and water garden pathways
of Texas Workshops - Citizen Scientists
Texasinvasives.org - Pulling Together Initiative.
A citizen science program to detect and report
Plant and Insect Trainings and Volunteer Opportunities
- Event Calendar
Want to learn more about invasives? Help search for invasive bugs or remove invasive
plants? There are many ways to get involved! Throughout Vermont, community groups,
conservation organizations and state and federal agencies are hosting workshops
and volunteer events.
Species Removal Projects
Maryland Native Plant Society.
National Public Lands Day
National Environmental Education and Training Foundation.
New York - iMapInvasives Training Schedule
Nature Conservancy. iMapInvasives.
an online mapping tool that supports efforts to protect
New York State from the threat of invasive species. Learn
about the program and become trained to contribute data
by attending an iMapInvasives training session.
Protecting Native Plants and Animals: Taking on the Invaders and Volunteer Opportunities
Can select by State
Resources - Global Restoration Network
Society for Ecological Restoration International.