Oakland County's Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) is developing innovative methods to help landowners control invasive plants (IPs). Local government units (homeowner / riparian associations, townships, cities) may initially treat demonstration sites in highly visible natural areas. Interpretative signage with web links describe why and how to control IPs. Hands-on workshops teach homeowners small-scale treatment techniques. Volunteers or contractors inventory target species. Townships offer residents no-obligation quotes to treat their properties. Presented by Emily Cord-DuThinh, Oakland County CISMA.