News from ISCBC

Stay informed with ISC news releases and announcements.

INVASIVES 2021 full agenda now live: Register as an early bird by January 11! 

The INVASIVES 2021 Forum & AGM full agenda is live! Register today and join over 40 speakers and over 200 attendees from three continents.

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Call for abstracts 

Showcase your invasive species work, project or research at the INVASIVES 2021 Virtual Forum & AGM. 

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A Road Map for Invasive Species Research in BC

The 2020 Edition of “A Road Map for Invasive Species Research in BC” (the Road Map) is now available online.

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Early Detectors: A Summer of Mussel Monitoring

Invasive mussels have dramatically affected lakes across much of Canada and the US. Mussell monitoring across BC shows no invasive mussels were detected in the lakes being monitored.

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Five Asian giant hornets found in BC’s Lower Mainland

With the November 7 discovery of an Asian giant hornet in Aldergrove, continued efforts of the public are crucial to preventing Asian giant hornets from becoming established in BC.

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Call for nominations: The ISCBC Together in Action Student Leadership Award

The ISCBC Together in Action (TIA) Student Leadership annual award program is designed to recognize and celebrate the work of individual students who demonstrate leadership and innovation in invasive species prevention, work and management in BC.

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ISCBC presents at Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference

Danielle Toperczer, ISCBC’s Director of Programs and Communications, to present at the 2020 Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference (UMISC) .

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Invasive species on the Transportation Association of Canada’s agenda

Sue Staniforth,  ISCBC’s Education and Outreach manager, will be speaking to preventing spread of invasive species in the transportation industry.

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Who’s hitching a ride on your boat? 

If you’re one of BC’s many boaters who enjoy time on the water, you may be surprised to learn you might be carrying some unwanted hitchhikers

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Report sightings of European green crab

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is asking the public to report any possible sightings of European green crab (Carcinus maenas), one of the world’s top ten invasive species.

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