The goal of this conference was to strengthen management of invasive species, especially prevention, control and containment. Around 700 attendees came to see 220 oral presentations and 24 posters. The conference had several interesting and informative field trips, workshops and concurrent sessions. For conference materials, click More.
The purpose of this conference was to improve invasive species management and minimize the impacts of terrestrial and aquatic invasive species across the entire Upper Midwest. For conference materials, click More.
This was the first collaborative conference held for the purpose of exchanging information on invasive species topics. It was an all-taxa conference covering invasive aquatic and terrestrial plants, animals, pests, and pathogens. The focus was to strengthen awareness of invasive species issues, prevention, and management. For conference materials, click More.
The Invasive Species of Grasslands conference presented intermediate- to advanced-level information on combating invasive plants of grasslands in the upper Midwest through on-the-ground initiatives, informed planning and monitoring, and advocacy. For conference materials, click More.
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