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  1. Hello, We are wondering, what other CISMAs around the state are doing / promoting to road and drain commissions for decontaminating their equipment? Are you enforcing this protocol? If so, how? What equipment is best used for mobile decontamination of mowers / excavators / trucks? Have there been any suggestions to make this practice easier to implement so it is widely adopted? Thanks, McKenzi
  2. Join the Lake St. Clair CISMA for a variety of FREE upcoming events! June 19 - PAMF Training June 22 - Mobile Boat Wash June 26 - MISIN Mapping SEMiTrainingFlyer.pdf River Bends_MISIN_Map_June 2019.pdf MBW Events_2019.pdf
  3. 2019 Spring & Summer Events_update.pdf SEMiTrainingFlyer.pdf
  4. Hello, How do other CISMAs approach the disposal of dead (formerly treated) phragmites australis biomass when burning is not an option? Are there contacts (DNR/ DEQ) that can assist in finding facilities that accept invasive species materials? Are there other options to remove and dispose of phragmites that do not include burning or transporting to a land fill (bury/smothering with material?)? The phragmites in question would be excavated from county drains (above and below ground biomass), after two years of treatment. A fear of mine is transporting phragmites to a landfill and accidentally facilitating the spread (during mobilization or) by bringing it to a facility that does not take the appropriate actions when disposing/ containing the material. Thank you, McKenzi
  5. Thank you so much for the information, Nor! It is very helpful!!
  6. Hello, Do other CISMAs have a Monitoring Template that they are willing to share? Species specific and general invasive species monitoring plans are both encouraged. LSC CISMA is currently most focused on phragmites along road right-of-ways, drains, retention ponds and adjacent areas. However, monitoring phragmites in marshes, Great Lakes/ inland lakes, and monitoring of other invasive species would be useful for future efforts. Thanks in advance, McKenzi Bergmoser
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