View Rose Hiskes presentation to CACIWC on Porcelainberry here.
Author: Ponak, Kristen
Guidelines for Best Management Practices for movement of topsoil and gravel fill, mulch and equipment in Connecticut
For more information on the CT Invasive Plant Council, click here.
FALL 2019 CIPWG General Meeting- Oct 24 2019
CIPWG Fall General Meeting, October 24, 2019, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
– free and open to all interested individuals
– Tolland County Agricultural Center, 24 Hyde Ave., Vernon, CT
Come hear updates on invasive plants and native alternatives in Connecticut.
Special Guest Speaker, Annise Dobson, Asian Jumping Worms 101:
Identification, Impacts on Plants and Ecosystems, and Steps Toward Solutions
Full Agenda Driving Directions
2018 CIPWG Symposium Podcasts
To listen to recent podcasts about the upcoming CIPWG Symposium, click the links below:
- Donna Ellis interviewed with John Voket from Connoisseur Media:
- Charlotte Pyle and Judy Preston were interviewed by Suzanne Thompson with CT Outdoors:
http://www.wliswmrd.net/ – click on “On Demand” and scroll through Podcasts to 8//28/18 podcast.
Read about upcoming invasive plant symposium on Naturally@UConn
Read about CIPWG’s upcoming invasive plant symposium on Naturally@UConn.
Naturally@UConn features articles, interviews and news on CAHNR students, faculty, staff and programs.
2017 IPC Annual Report
The 2017 IPC Annual Report is now available to view here.
2017 CIPWG Annual Report is now available
The CIPWG 2017 Annual Report is now available. Click here to view the report. Many thanks to those who contributed to the report and many others who conduct invasive plant educational outreach through the year.
Japanese Barberry, Ticks, and Lyme Disease
Listed below are various news articles regarding Japanese Barberry, Ticks and Lyme Disease:
2016 IPC Annual Report is now available
Read the Complete 2016 Invasive Plants Council Annual Report (PDF)
CIPWG recipient of 2016 Environmental Organization Award
CIPWG received the 2016 Environmental Organization Award from the Connecticut River Coastal Conservation District on November 5, 2016, “In recognition of CIPWG’s extensive long-term efforts to raise awareness about the threat of invasive plants, and your support and promotion of our invasive plant guide”.