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Claire Peterson

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  1. Thought this may be of interest to folks! Quadratec Cares 'Energize The Environment' Grant Program
  2. Saturday, June 15th, 2019 Lake St Clair Metropark Nature Center 31300 Metro Pkwy Harrison Charter Township, MI 48045 MISIN Workshop_2019.pdf
  3. Hi folks, Just in case you were not aware, the treatment tracker can be used within ESRI's Collector for ArcGIS app. Download the app (Collector for ArcGIS not Collector Classic) Tap on Sign In with ArcGIS Enterprise Type https://portal.asets.msu.edu/arcgis/ Sign in with your given username and password
  4. You're welcome! If you need additional help, please go to our main website http://www.michiganinvasives.org/ and find your local cooperative invasive species management area. They would be more than happy to provide you with additional information and help if possible.
  5. Welcome! I've attached the Japanese knotweed Best Control Practices PDF that may offer some assistance. Out of curiosity, where are you located? JapaneseKnotweedBCP.pdf
  6. Pretty sure this is Pokeweed but just wanted to get a second opinion.
  7. Hi all, I received an e-mail from someone in the Kalamazoo area today regarding some glass like plants growing at their church along the river bank in the rocks. Wondering if anyone can tell what this could be and whether or not it is / can become a problem. She said the roots are like a fat rubber band. Update: It started growing on the north side of one building and has now jumped over to another area, probably 50-75 yards away. She keeps trying to kill it with Spectracide and some weed killer the church has but "it won’t quit!"
  8. Hi everyone, Looks like the treatment tracker map is getting used quite a bit from CISMAs all over the state! Now that you are utilizing the treatment tracker and are more familiar with it, I would like to ask all of you to please let us know either by posting here or sending me an e-mail, if you have any questions or comments/improvements. I know after the MISC field trip there had been some discussion about changing some of the verbiage for the "chemical name" to "pesticide" ? Thoughts? Thanks!
  9. Wednesday July 25th Start: Nayanquing Point (1570 N Tower Beach Rd, Pinconning, MI 48650) Thursday July 26th Start: Quaticassee - there is parking at the end of Jones road (2485-2459 N Jones Rd, Essexville, MI 48732) 2018 Field Trip Agenda.docx
  10. This was an e-mail received but I am not quite sure what plant I am looking at here...
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