VT TNC Distributes Vermont Monthly Invasives Update as e-newsletter

The Vermont Chapter of Nature Conservancy's Wise on Weeds! program distributes a well-produced Monthly Invasives Update chock full of usefull information covering terrestrial and aquatic invasive species. This newsletter should be of interest to residents throughout the Northeast and not just Vermont. If you would like to like to receive the newsletter, or have something to contribute, please contact Sharon Plumb at splumb@tnc.org

Here's the June 2009 Table of Contents to give you an idea of what you can expect:

1. Species Spotlight: Japanese Knotweed

NOTEWORTHY NEWS

2. Vermont Aquatics Nuisance Bill

3. The Conservancy's Wise on Weeds! Program Receives EPA Educational Grant

4. The Conservancy's Wise on Weeds! Program Receives Wellborn Ecology Grant  

LEARNING  OPPORTUNITIES

5. Managing Invasive Plants in Your Forests

6. Invasive Plant Management for Road Crews Workshops

7. Invasive Plants 101! Landowner Workshop at Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historical Park  

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

8. Get outside with The Nature Conservancy and Pull it Up!

9.      Burlington Parks & Rec Invasive Plant Removal Program

10. Volunteers Needed to Assist in European Frogbit Management    

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

11. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is soliciting proposals for the 2009 “Pulling Together” Initiaitive

12. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is soliciting proposals for the 2009 Native Plant Conservation Initiative (NPCI) grants cycle  

RESOURCES

13. Wild Ones Promotes Native Plants

14. Invasive Species Middle School Curriculum

15. Goutweed Soup

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