Co-hosted by ISCBC and TRU, invasive species researchers and practitioners, working on any taxonomic group, across the Pacific Northwest and beyond are invited to participate to share their findings. This conference will feature two keynote speakers Dr. Daniel Simberloff & Dr. Anthony Ricciardi; fields trips and both oral and poster sessions on a wide range of invasive species research themes.
Adopt-A-Highway volunteer groups in BC can complete invasive plant training, and are given the option to hand-pull non-toxic invasive plants along their adopted area, in conjunction with litter pickup activities. The ISCBC supports the provincial roll out of training for Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) groups, thanks to a partnership with the Ministry of Transportation.Timing is fleixble. Contact us for more information.
The Ministry of Environment (MOE), in partnership with ISCBC, will be hosting five free workshops for members of the boating industry this April. Anyone involved with the boating industry is welcome, including marina owners and staff, commercial boat haulers, marine operators and boat dealers. Register today for this complimentary workshop.
The ISCBC is currently reviewing and updating the Aboriginal Community Toolkit for Invasive Plant Management, and we need your input. Join a one-hour workshop that will provide you with the opportunity to discuss your ideas on how to improve this resource.
The North American Invasive Species Forum is a biennial conference encompassing the interests of professionals and organizations involved in invasive species management, research and regulation in North America.