Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network (ISN)
News and Updates
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Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Survey Sites Needed!
ISN will be doing a third winter of hemlock woolly adelgid surveying, to begin in January 2021. This invasive forest pest is not yet in our service area and conducting these surveys allows us to get ahead of any potential outbreak. You may qualify for a site visit from ISN staff to have your trees checked if your property falls within certain parameters.
Please visit our Hemlock Woolly Adelgid page for more information on this invasive species and a breakdown of site visit qualifications.
ISN and Invasive Species in the Media
- NotMISpecies webinar series returns in New Year (Michigan DNR)
- Play Clean Snow? Winter is still a time to stop invasive species (PlayCleanGo)
- How non-native plants are contributing to a global insect decline (Yale Environment 360)
- Invasive, hyperbolically named vine makes first known appearance in Michigan (Western Michigan University Public Radio)
- Continued vigilance urged after dead lanternfly cases identified in Michigan (EGLE)