Agricultural Research Magazine
USDA. Agricultural Research Service.
Invasive Species Specialist Group.
Aliens is the bi-annual newsletter of the Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG). Its role is to put researchers in contact with each other and to publish news of invasive species.
The Alaska Region Invasive Species (ARIS) News, is a bi-monthly forum to share
information on our invasive species concerns and activities.
DOI. FWS. Alaska Region.
Species News in a Nutshell and Columbia and Missouri
River Basin Watch Newsletters
Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission. Aquatic
Update - The Aquatic Nuisance
Species News in a Nutshell was discontinued in
Jul 2012. A regional newsletter "CRB
AIS News" has taken its place. (See
news on the right panel).
This origin of this newsletter is attributable to Joan Cabreza, who while working
for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) produced the newsletter Invasive
News in a Nutshell (Mar 2003 - Mar 2008). Joan retired from the EPA in early
2008 and agreed to continue as the editor of the "the Nutshell" under
the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission's (PSMFC) Aquatic Nuisance Species
Program. Like its precursor, it focuses primarily on regional and aquatic issues,
but it also contains some terrestrial, national and international invasive events
Biosecurity New Zealand.
California Agriculture Magazine
University of California. Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Trouble: Pests and Climate Change Bulletin
Australian Invasive Species Council.
The Invasive Species Council has launched Double Trouble, a regular ebulletin
highlighting current and future threats posed to Australia's natural environment
by invasive species under climate change. Double Trouble is part of ISC's new
pests and climate change campaign, which will push for better policies to deal
with the deadly combination of climate change and invasive species.
National Sea Grant.
Quarterly newletter provides regional updates,
news on fellowships, National Sea Grant Library aquisitions and more.
EPPO Reporting Service
European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization.
Monthly information report on events of phytosanitary concern. It focuses on new geographical records, new host plants, new pests (including invasive alien plants), pests to be added to the EPPO Alert List, detection and identification methods, etc.
Eye on Invasives (scroll
to view information about newsletters)
California Department of Fish and Game.
A biannual newsletter dedicated to informing the public
about the activities related to invasive species in California.
Australian Invasive Species Council.
Fish and Wildlife News
DOI. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Written by, for, and about Fish and Wildlife Service employees in offices around the nation.
Detector Network News / Newsletters
Southern Plant Diagnostic Network.
A newsletter for the National Plant Diagnostic Network
(NPDN) First Detector Community.
Forest Health Monitoring Program Monthly Update
National Forest Health Monitoring.
Forest Insect & Disease
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Forestry.
Forest Service Review
USDA. FS. Northeastern Research Station.
Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF).
iWire is a monthly e-newsletter created to facilitate communication and exchange
of information regarding invasive plants and pests in Texas. Each issue of
iWire includes information about invasive species, a calendar of upcoming events
and a spotlight on an invasive species of interest in Texas.
- Newsletter of the Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network (APFISN)
Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network.
National Parks Conservation Association.
DOD. Conservation Program.
Monthly newsletter; invasive species is one of the topics regularly discussed.
USDA. FS. North Central Research Station.
National Invasive Species Council.
Newsletters in the Great Lakes Region
Great Lakes Information Network.
Northern Research Station.
Research Review is published quarterly by the Communications
and Science Delivery Group of the Northern Research Station
(NRS), U.S. Forest Service.
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
Published bimonthly, the Conservationist features entertaining articles and stunning photographs covering a variety of topics that relate to our natural and cultural resources and the environment.