Manager's Tool Kit

Use our Custom Search Engine to search for invasive species information included in the What's New section of NISIC's site:


Provides general resources for smartphones applications (apps) to assist in tracking, monitoring various species, including invasive species. New resources include:

* EDDMapS Ontario
* Georgia Cotton Insect Advisor
* iBiocontrol - Noxious Weeds and their Biocontrol Agents
* IPM Toolkit
* IPAlert
* New Jersey Invasive Species Strike Team
* Southeast Agricultural Stink Bug ID
* Squeal on Pigs
* WA (Washington) Invasives - Report Sightings

* See our Monitoring - Smartphone Applications section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: Nov 20, 2014


USDA. NAL. National Invasive Species Information Center.

This workbook contains basic information on programs in USDA that could be used to fund and support invasive species related projects. This list should be a helpful place to start a search for sources of technical and financial resources for invasive species activities but may not include all potential invasive species funding opportunities. USDA contacts for program support listed in the document are current at the time of publication. The contacts listed in the "other grant information" section can assist you in determining which opportunities may fit best with your needs.

Please use this workbook to help in your important and vital work in safeguarding and enhancing natural, recreational and agricultural resources.

* See our U.S. Department of Agriculture Grant and Partnership Programs for Invasive Species page for more information.

 
Post Date: Nov 20, 2014


National Sea Grant Law Center.

Initiative of the Western Regional Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species (WRP). The goal of the WRP initiative is to develop a multi-state vision for watercraft inspection and decontamination (WID) programs. The National Sea Grant Law Center is an active participant in this initiative, providing legal research support and leading efforts to develop model legislation and regulations for WID Programs. Also see Invasive Mussels in the West: A Multi-state Collaboration (Oregon Sea Grant).

* See our Laws and Regulations section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: May 15, 2014


USDA. NAL. National Invasive Species Information Center.

This updated workbook for federal fiscal year 2014 contains basic information on programs in USDA that could be used to fund and support invasive species related projects. This list should be a helpful place to start a search for sources of technical and financial resources for invasive species activities but may not include all potential invasive species funding opportunities. Please use this workbook to help in your important and vital work in safeguarding and enhancing natural, recreational and agricultural resources.

The USDA hopes this information is helpful for those working with invasive species. Partnerships and cost-sharing programs help all of us advance our goals of protecting our agricultural resources and ensure safe, healthy land and water for all of us to enjoy. Join with USDA in fighting invasive species: prepare, protect, and prevent.

* See our U.S. Department of Agriculture Grant and Partnership Programs for Invasive Species page for more information.

 
Post Date: Jan 08, 2014


USDA. FS. Forest Health Protection.

This Forest Service National Strategic Framework for Invasive Species Management (Framework) prioritizes and guides the prevention, detection, and control of invasive insects, pathogens, plants, wildlife, and fish that threaten our Nation's terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. This Framework (Aug 2013) supersedes the agency's 2004 Invasive Species Strategy and Implementation Plan. The Framework responds to a 2010 USDA Office of Inspector General audit of Forest Service invasive species programs by providing a consistent, agency-wide approach to the prevention, detection, and control of invasive species.

* See our Management Plans by Geography section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: Sep 25, 2013


Michigan State University. Midwest Invasive Species Information Network.

The MISIN smartphone app provides a mobile solution for the capture of invasive species field observation data. You can play an important role in the early detection and rapid response to new invasive threats in your area by contributing invasive species observations to the MISIN database.

* See our Monitoring - Smartphone apps section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: Jun 13, 2013


Weed Science Society of America.

"Early detection creates opportunities for us to make smart decisions and eradicate new invasive weeds before they spread widely and become entrenched. In those early stages, control efforts are typically easier, more successful and far more cost effective."

* See our Plants - Early Detection and Rapid Response section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: Apr 30, 2013


Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council.

Cooperative Weed Management Area Trainings - Apr 23 and Apr 24, 2013

The Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council is offering two opportunities to learn how to establish, manage and fund a Cooperative Weed Management Area or Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area or similar organization for the purpose of removing invasive plants and restoring natural habitats. Presentations by people who have successfully developed and implemented CWMA type groups will be followed by discussion of the challenges and rewards of these efforts. Trainings are free but registration is required.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
National Conservation Training Center
Shepherdstown, West Virginia

Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve
St. Jones Reserve
Dover, Delaware

* See our Education for Professionals section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: Apr 17, 2013


USDA. Natural Resources Conservation Service.

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service will provide up to $25 million in grants to help develop and demonstrate cutting-edge ideas to improve conservation on private lands. Of particular interest are applications for innovative demonstration partnerships on energy conservation, nutrient management, soil health, wildlife habitat and adaptive management. See Conservation Innovation Grants for more information.

* See our Grants and Funding - Request for Proposals section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: Feb 14, 2013