The Oakland County CISMA develops innovative strategies to facilitate landowners to control invasive plants

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.
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