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.
NCWMA Spring Meeting
All are welcome to join us! A link and agenda will be sent at least a week before the meeting. If you are interested in attending and have not attended a recent meeting, please respond to this e-mail to be added to the list.
KoBo Toolbox Training
Miles Falck from the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC) will be giving two presentations about KoBo Toolbox. NCWMA partner groups have been using KoBo Toolbox to collect data in the field. This allows us to know invasive species found in the area and share where our different partner groups are treating invasive species throughout the summer. We are planning a two-part KoBo Toolbox Training by Zoom. This would be great for anyone considering using KoBo so that you can easily share data that you collect with the rest of the NCWMA group. If you would like to learn about what KoBo is and how it works, the first training would be a good event to attend. The second training will go into more detail about the specific forms the NCWMA has and how to use these forms. If you would like to attend and do not regularly attend NCWMA meetings, respond to this e-mail to register.
Invasive Species I.D.
May through October. Dates to be determined.
Clough Island Buckthorn Removal: Volunteers needed!
Dates to be determined.