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Michelle Beloskur

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  1. I'm sharing a template version of the Expense Tracking Google doc I use to track our CISMA grant funding. I shared this during the session on "Tips and Tricks for Managing FundingMid Mi CISMA Grant Expenses Template.xlsx" session. I am also including a copy of our Contingency Plan, which came in very handy last year. Mid-Michigan CISMA Contingency Plan Final 2019.pdf
  2. Thanks for your input Katie. Good to hear that you have some evidence that headway may be made with physical removal. Christina Baugher reached out to her contacts and came back with this information... Susie Iott reached out to Erin Hill, a weed diagnostician at MSU. Here is her response about the chameleon plant – I hope it helps! “Here’s a small write up I put together as the control options should be similar to those for other aggressive groundcovers like goutweed. Note I do not have direct experience with this plant, but this should be effective. It’s tough to find info ev
  3. We recently had a report of chameleon plant - houttuynia cordata - which is non-native, but not listed on MISIN or the state's website. Has anyone else had inquires about this plant or been involved in any management or removal efforts?
  4. The Ingham Conservation District is looking to fill two seasonal, part-time positions to assist the work of the Mid-Michigan Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area. Visit inghamconservation.com/mm-cisma for position descriptions and application instructions. Invasive Species Crew Member Announcement.pdf Invasive Species Intern Announcement.pdf
  5. We have a mountain bike trail at the Ingham CD and would like to put in a decon area that will be well suited for these bike trail users. Has anyone seen or installed something like this? I'm thinking brushes on cables for a start, but wondering if there are other good ideas out there. Thanks
  6. Our wonderful Coordinator of nearly 4 years, Erin Pavloski, has accepted a new position. We wish her the best and are seeking a new Coordinator to continue the good work of the Mid-Michigan CISMA. See the attached position description and feel free to share. The posting can also be found at www.inghamconservation.com. Regional Invasive Species Coordinator position description.pdf
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