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Service area: Southern St. Louis County, MN
About us: In 2017, The Stewardship Network was proud to announce the formation of the Duluth Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) – funded partially by the the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Pulling Together Initiative. We are a group of city, county, & state agencies, non-profit organizations, community associations, & private citizens. Our mission is to help citizens & communities protect our lands from the damages caused by invasive species (including Japanese & Bohemian Knotweed, Garlic Mustard, Non-Native Phragmites, Common & Glossy Buckthorn, Japanese Barberry, Oriental Bittersweet, Tansy, Wild Parsnip, Knapweed, and Leafy Spurge).
Participating organizations include: Everyone (including the public) are invited to attend our bi-monthly meetings & events. Meetings are announced via our email list & posted on our Facebook Page.
Contact information: Learn more about Duluth CISMA’s Member Community Coordinator, Lori Seele, on the Our Team page or contact her now at email@example.com