Brochures & Flyers
|The Cost of Invasive Species (2012) |
A fact sheet from the US Fish and Wildlife Service
|Invasive Alert! European Bird Cherry Brochure (2020) |
|Elodea and Floatplanes () |
"Spread the word, not the weed" handout
|Elodea and Boats () |
Handout for preventing the spread of Elodea to Alaskan lakes and streams
|Don't Plant a Problem (2019) |
Guide to invasive species in Alaskan gardens from the Cooperative Extension Service
|Do You Know What You Grow? () |
A guide for replacing invasive plants in your Alaska garden
|Control of Invasive Chokecherry Trees (November 2020) |
A guide for landowners managing chokecherry or European bird cherry/mayday trees (Prunus padus & Prunus virginiana).
|Catalog of K-12 Invasive Species Lesson Plans/Curriculum (2021) |
A comprehensive list of Alaska-relevant invasive species K-12 educational material, including curriculum, lesson plans, classroom kits and videos.
|Grades K-6: Weed Wackers! (2008) |
K-6 Educators Guide to Invasive Plants of Alaska
|Grades 9-12: Invasive Plants: Taking Root in Alaska (2007) |
Curriculum and Lesson Plans
|Annual Invasive Species Workshop (Various) |
Links to all presentations from 2006 to the present.
|Kenai Peninsula Invasive Prunus Trees: Surveying, Building Awareness & Implementing Control (2020) |
Katherine Schake, AKISP Annual Invasive Species Workshop
|Invasive Plants and Weed-Free Hay in Homer (2020) |
Katherine Schake, HSWCD Know Your Lands
|Invasive Ornamentals & European Bird Cherry (2020) |
Katherine Schake, Homer Garden Club
|Invasive Reed Canarygrass in Seldovia (2019) |
Katherine Schake & Kyra Wagner, Seldovia Healthy Chatter
|Invasive Plants of the Kenai Peninsula (2019) |
Katherine Schake & Jennifer Hester, Alaska State Parks Volunteer Training
|Rapidly Responding to Elodea (2019) |
John Morton, Matt Bowswer & Todd Eskelin, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
|Reed Canarygrass Strategic Management Plan (2021) |
A large-scale, watershed analysis approach to prioritizing control and eradication of reed canarygrass on the Kenai Peninsula.
|KP-CISMA Strategic Plan (2020) |
Integrated Weed Management Strategy focusing on Early Detection & Rapid Response for the Kenai Peninsula
|Priority Invasive Plant List (2020) |
KP-CISMA Priority Invasive Plant Management List
|Elodea IPM (2019) |
Integrated Pest Management Plan for Eradicating Elodea from the Kenai Peninsula
|Non-Native Plant List (2019) |
Comprehensive list of non-native plants on the Kenai Peninsula
|Prevention Guidelines for Field Research (2013) |
Voluntary guidelines for field researchers to prevent the accidental spread of invasive species
|Impact of invasive species on sockeye salmon fisheries (2019) |
Schwoerer, T., Little, J., Adkison, M. 2019. Aquatic Invasive Species Change Ecosystem Services from the World's Largest Wild Sockeye Salmon Fisheries in Alaska. University of Alaska Fairbanks. Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics.
|Alaska Department of Fish & Game Invasive Species Overview |
Learn to identify and report priority invasive species in Alaska.
|Alaska Dept. Fish & Game Invasive Pike in Southcentral Alaska Database |
Interactive map of invasive northern pike populations in southcentral Alaska.
|Alaska DNR Invasive Plants and Agricultural Pests |
AK Division of Agriculture coordinates prevention, outreach and management strategies for invasive plant issues through collaboration with land managers, agencies, organizations and policy makers across Alaska.
|Alaska Exotic Plant Inventory Clearinghouse |
A database and mapping application that provides geospatial information for non-native plant species in Alaska and neighboring Canadian Territories.
|Alaska Invasive Species Partnership |
Our goal is to heighten awareness of the problems associated with non-native invasive species and to bring about greater statewide coordination, cooperation and action to halt the introduction and spread of these invasive species.
|Alaska Submit-a-Tick Program |
Individuals can submit ticks for species identification and pathogen testing.
|Alaska Weeds ID App |
A non-native plant field guide and reporting app for Alaska.
|Anchorage CISMA |
Anchorage Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area
|Copper River CWMA |
Copper River Watershed Cooperative Weed Management Area
|UAF Cooperative Extension Service Insects & Invasives |
Services and expertise regarding pests and invasive species. Experts can help you identify, eradicate and prevent pest problems.
|Weed Free Certification, AK Plant Materials Center |
Information on certified weed-free gravel and forage products, and find statewide certified inspectors.
|Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria |
Provides online access to herbarium specimen collections from participating herbaria throughout the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Canada.
|Invasive Tunicate Network, Plate Watch Monitors |
A group of teachers, students, outdoor enthusiasts, environmental groups and state and federal biologists who are monitoring for non-native tunicates and other invasive species along the U.S. West Coast, with a primary focus on Alaska.
Center for invasive species and ecosystem health. Invasive species imagery library available.
|NAISMA, North American Invasive Species Management Association |
A network of professionals who implement management programs to prevent the detrimental impacts of invasive species to North America’s lands and waters.
|National Invasive Species Council |
The National Invasive Species Council (NISC) was established by Executive Order (EO) 13112 to ensure that Federal programs and activities to prevent and control invasive species are coordinated, effective and efficient.
|Play Clean Go |
Promotes awareness, understanding, and cooperation by providing a clear call to action to be informed, attentive and accountable for stopping the spread of all invasive species.
|Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers! |
Campaign that empowers recreational users to stop the transport and spread of harmful aquatic invasive species.
|Western Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Center |
Promotes smart, safe and sustainable pest management to protect the people, environment and economy of the American West.
|Western Regional Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species |
An information network for the management of aquatic invasive species in the western states and Alaska.