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Minutes October 22, 2014
An update of the summer’s observations. Aquatic invasive species awareness program.
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Minutes February 19, 2014
Projects submitted to the department of Highway&Public Works. Update on the strategic planning session. Read the minutes

Minutes January 22, 2014
First Spotter's Network workshops planned. Strategic planning with ISIWG under way. Read the minutes

 

 

 

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Newsletter Archive

Newsletter January 2015
Eyes in Invasive Species
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Newsletter Spring 2014
Updates, news and facts from Yukon Invasive
Species Council. Read more

Newsletter Fall 2011
The fall 2011 newsletter includes a detailed report on the council's field trip and meeting in Haines Junction, summarizes observations made this summer and presents the information sheet that was created to raise awarenss on invasive species issues for the Geo Science Forum in Whitehrose. Read more

 

Newsletter Winter 2010/2011
In this newsletter you read about the strategic plan for YISC, it higlights the invasive plant of the month and provides a checklist on invasive plant removal. The research project "Effect of climate change in invasive species and their impact in Whitehorse" is introduced and the newsletter finishes with a report on a summer field work project. Read more

 

Newsletter Fall 2010
This is our first newsletter! It talks about progress of our council as an organization and achievements on the weed management front throughout the summer. The newsletter gives an overview of the situation of aquatic invasive species in Yukon and makes suggestion on how to prevent the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species. Another article talks about clean-up and disposal of invasive plants in gardens. The last section in the newsletter highlights an invasive plant that poses a treat for human health: Giant hogweed. Giant hogweed was chosen by the National Invasive Species Working Group for a media campaign and the first national fact sheet. The Yukon has no confirmed reports of this nasty invasive.
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