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ISIS is now a North American Invasive Species Network (NAISN) hub!!

Not sure what you have?

Use this USDA/APHIS public ID guide concerning Texas invasives at http://www.hungrypests.com

Then you can report them to us, look under the Citizen Scientist tab for more help.

Have a Green Thumb?

Eradication of invasive plants can start in your own yard!!
Plant beautiful Native Plants instead! They're colorful,
variable and can attract native butterflies and birds!

Click here for Native Plants for any Texas climate.
Courtesy of the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center

Check out the Native Plant Society of TX for other info.

What's to come:

National Association of Environmental Professionals 2014 Conference

April 7-10, 2014
Hilton Bayfront
St. Petersburg, Florida

The theme of this meeting is "Changing Tides and Shifting Sands". Topics of the conference include:

  • Land Managements, Sustainability, Water Resources and Wetlands;
  • Wildlife Management and regulatory issues;
  • Keynote speakers by interesting and important conservationists;
  • Training sessions on:
           - Best Principles for Environmental Assessments
           - Coastal Landscape Visualization
           - Interrelation Between Listed and Invasive Species.

Online registration is still available!!

For more information click here

23rd Annual Desert Horticulture Conference

May 9, 2014
University of Arizona- School of Plant Sciences

Casino Del Sol Resort
Tucson, Arizona

The Desert Horticulture Conference is the premier annual conference for all members of the southwest green industry. Presenting research-based information relevant for the arid Southwest. Topics include:

  • Energy/Water in Landscape Design;
  • Irrigation Problem Solving;
  • Pests of Cacti and Succulents and Pesticide Safety;
  • Panel Discussions on Tree Canopy, Urban Heat Island and Social Justice
  • and more!

Online registration is still available!! Early Bird available before April 24th!

For more information click here

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