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  1. The Invasive Species Seasonal Crew Leader and Crew Members (2) work with the Coordinator to implement the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant, which funds the position. Primary responsibilities working with partner organizations to control terrestrial invasive plants throughout the region, working with private land owners, and engaging volunteers. Pay: $10-12/hr (crew), $12-14/hr (leader) Deadline: 8am Monday, February 5 Visit ISN's website for application instructions and to view the full job postings.
  2. Claire Peterson

    Leelanau County Garlic Mustard Workbee and Lunch

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    Join ISN & local partners to remove invasive garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) from Clay Cliffs Natural Area in Leland. Then, stay after for a delicious garlic mustard-themed lunch. This is a workbee for all ages! All volunteers will also receive an ISN tee shirt as a thank you for participating. Dress for the weather, and bring garden gloves if you prefer. We will work rain or shine!RSVPs are recommended to ensure lunch will be available. You can sign up here.When: Saturday, May 20, 2017 - 9:00am-12:00pmWhere: Meet at the Leland Library to carpool to Clay Cliffs Natural Area. We will return to the library after working to enjoy lunch! Contact: Emily Cook, ISN Outreach Specialist, (231)941-0960 x20 or email ecook@gtcd.org.
  3. Just a quick introduction to the Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network (ISN) for anyone looking for information--feel free to post questions! You can also contact me directly at kgrzesiak@gtcd.org or our Outreach Specialist, Emily Cook, at ecook@gtcd.org. First, check out our website: HabitatMatters.org. It's full of great introductory information, including partners, priority species, and the articles from our eNewsletter. If you want to get involved, sign up for our eNews! This comes out monthly with ways to get involved with ISN and our many partners. If you want to get into the nitty-gritty bits of ISN, send me an email about joining our GoogleGroup. If you're looking to get some resources from ISN, check out our list of resources. We'll work to keep it updated!
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