The NCWMA hosts a variety of programs to raise awareness about invasive species. We work with audiences of all ages and backgrounds, including school groups, community organizations, and professionals. Some of our programs involve hands-on removal of invasive plants, while others provide an opportunity to exchange information and resources to help us combat invasives. If you would like to partner with the NCWMA to host an event, or would like more information on an event, please contact us.
Annual meeting to prioritize weed sites and schedule treatment events for the upcoming field season. The public is welcome to attend!
Tuesday, January 16, 2018, 9 am
EOC room (Emergency Operations Center)
Bayfield County Annex Building
117 E. Sixth Street
NCWMA and its partners will share project ideas for treating invasive species in 2018 within the NCWMA area (Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas and Iron Counties, Wisconsin). The public is welcome to attend. The group will schedule and plan treatments for sites of invasive species. Focus species include: garlic mustard, giant and Japanese knotweed, Phragmites (common reed), buckthorns, purple loosestrife, wild parsnip and cut-leaf teasel. If you would like the NCWMA to consider assisting with treatment of invasive species sites, please fill out a "project proposal" form before the meeting. Submit it to email@example.com prior to the meeting.