Welcome to the Delaware Invasive Species Council
Protecting Delaware's ecosystems by preventing the introduction and reducing the impact of non-native invasive species.
Nanticoke - Ancient Sand Ridge Forest Restoration
Sunday, December 7, 1-3pm
Location: Meet at the entrance gate to the Nanticoke Wildlife Area on Red House Road, just off of Woodland Ferry Road, South of Seaford and close to Bethel.
Contact: Volunteers are asked to pre-register with contact information in case of inclement weather leading to postponement.
For more information or to volunteer for this event, contact Lynne Pusey at 302-735-3609 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aquatic Invasive Species Summit
Courtesy of the River Management Society
January 27 - 28, 2105 - Las Vegas, Nevada
The American Boat & Yacht Council will be hosting the Aquatic Invasive Species Summit: Boat Design and Construction in the Consideration of AIS. The Summit will engage major stakeholders in an in-depth dialogue surrounding prevention, inspection and decontamination of boats. This event will focus on identifying and vetting opportunities related to boat design and construction, component/system design and installation, engines and propulsion systems, and trailer design and construction. Stakeholders are encouraged to attend and participate.
For more information: http://portal.abycinc.org/event/aissummit
Christina River Watershed Cleanup 2015
Saturday, April 18, 2015
8am - 12pm
To register and get more information, visit:
Be On the Lookout!!!
Spotted Lanternfly has recently been found in Berks County, PA, not too far from Delaware. Please carefully look over the photos and description (via PA Department of Agriculture link below) and report any sightings to Delaware Department of Agriculture.
(Photo Credit: PA Department of Agriculture)