• Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii)

Help us report any Invasive Plant Management Activity- see below:

Thank you to all of you that have been leading invasive plant management activities, workshops, webinars, or helping in any way to control invasives this year!

We need your help with our reporting on the work of CIPWG and all that we've accomplished over the course of this year.  We are starting to collect this information now until December 1 for any activities that did or will occur in 2021. We need this information for reporting purposes, so please take a moment to help!  

Please report any Invasive Plant management/education/activity since January 2021 - lectures, invasive plant management events, educational outreach, workshops taught, consultations, etc.  

Please click here to complete the quick survey: 


If you have lead many events/workshops/activities and it is easier for you to put the information in a word document, please use the form at www.s.uconn.edu/cipwgbulkreportform2021 and send the information to alyssa.siegel-miles@uconn.edu.  

Porcelainberry Update

Presented by Rose Hiskes at the CACIWC Annual Meeting.  Click here to view.

Read CIPWG’s 2020 Annual Report

Click here to read CIPWG's 2020 annual report, which details the invasive plant management and educational activities that occurred in over 50 CT towns throughout the year. At least 8,700 Connecticut citizens, including agency and municipal staff, actively participated the activities reported, and many more were reached through articles, fact sheets, signs, and other educational mediums. A minimum of 13,406 hours were provided, through intensive invasive plant training sessions, management activities, and educational outreach.

About this Site

The CONNECTICUT INVASIVE PLANT WORKING GROUP (CIPWG) is a consortium of individuals, organizations, and agencies concerned with invasive plant issues.

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Emails about:
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- workshops
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Frequency: About 2 per month

Contact Us

Address: Connecticut Invasive Plant Working Group
UConn Extension
Storrs, Connecticut