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National Parks I.S. Data

Nature Hannah

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I belong to a National Parks Employee Group on Facebook. I asked about knotweed in the parks and they've given me some resources to look into what the National Parks are doing for invasive species monitoring and treatment. Here's the links:




There's also one called "PUPS" that you have to be a ranger to have access to, but maybe you can call in favors if you need to ;)


"you can get there through insideNPS - on the right side there are quick links, one of them says something like "Systems", a list of all the NPS databases and comp systems shows up, I think PUPS (pesticide use proposal system) is listed under IPM (integrated plant management).

You used to be able to get to PUPS from IRMA, so there might be a link there. "


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