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McKenzi Bergmoser

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  1. The LSC CISMA is still looking to hire a Seasonal Invasive Species Technician. Please help us share this opportunity! Seasonal_Technician_JobDescription_August 2020_FINAL.pdf
  2. The Lake St. Clair Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (LSC CISMA) is now hiring a seasonal Technician. Please review the attached job posting and feel encourage to share on applicable platforms. We are looking to hire as soon as possible. Thank you, McKenzi LSC_CISMA_Technician_JobDescription_July2020.pdf
  3. We have postponed the May 13th, 2020 event until June 3rd, 2020. Please see the attached flyer with updated event dates. Best, McKenzi Stony Creek_Stewardship_5-28 & 6-3-2020.pdf
  4. Become a steward of the land! Join the Lake St. Clair CISMA this May at the Stony Creek Metropark for garlic mustard pulls. Better connect with nature and the work the CISMA does to preserve it by helping to clear invasive plants so native ones can thrive. Together we can help reduce the impacts of invasive species, learn more about our natural communities, and enjoy a rewarding outdoor experience! Please feel encouraged to share this with interested audiences and or provide useful contacts to help disperse this flyer. Thank you, McKenzi Stony Creek_Stewardship_5-13 & 5-28.pdf
  5. The Lake St. Clair Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area is now accepting applications for a 2020 CISMA technician. Please feel free to share the attached job description to any interested target audiences. Thank you, McKenzi LSC_CISMA_Technician_JobDescription_FINAL2020.pdf
  6. Also attaching our CISMA brochure! LSC CISMA Brochure 2019.pdf
  7. I am attaching a poster we distributed to partners to display to help raise IS awareness. Please feel free to use! LSC CISMA Poster.pdf
  8. Hello, Are there any known sources that list potential workshops/ events that offer MDARD re-certification credits? Specifically, I am interested in attending an event that offers category 5 Aquatics between 10/25/19 and 12/30/19. Thank you, McKenzi
  9. Is there a way to have the documents referenced in the "Herbicide Prep" pptx available as downloadable attachments?
  10. OPWG Spading_Cutting Postcards_final_2.pdf
  11. While at the CISMA field-trip dinner at Maloney's a few people asked if I would share the online market for my family's secret recipe jerky, so here you go! https://www.leesmarketjerky.com/ Enjoy!
  12. Please feel encouraged to share this video on any and all platforms! Thanks, McKenzi
  13. Please help us share a this great Phragmites video put together by LSC CISMA partners. This is the first of a series of IS videos. If you would like the video in another format, please let me know. Thanks, McKenzi
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 2019 Spring & Summer Events_update.pdf SEMiTrainingFlyer.pdf
  17. 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
  18. Thank you so much for the information, Nor! It is very helpful!!
  19. 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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