It feels like summer here on the Kenai Peninsula. That means busy days of fieldwork for KP-CISMA field crews and loads of opportunities for the rest of us to get outside and enjoy the endless activity of summer. Between the fishing trips, hikes, and family camping...
A group of dedicated KP-CISMA weed warriors tackled an 8 mile long infestation of invasive white sweetclover along the Seward Highway in early August.
June 13th-19th is Alaska Invasive Species Awareness Week! Volunteer to help prevent the spread of invasive plants.
Did you miss the KP-CISMA Annual Workshop? Watch the recorded presentations and share with seasonal field staff!
Register in advance and check out the agenda for our spring invasive species workshop!
“The goal of NISAW is to raise awareness of the problems that invasive species cause to human health, ecosystems, and our economy.”
New signage reminds walkers not to track vegetation along area trails