2018 Annual Meeting Agenda

Still on the fence about attending DISC’s 2018 Annual Meeting on October 30?  Check out our agenda for the day!  The morning is packed with talks, and the afternoon promises some awesome field tours!

2018 Annual Meeting Agenda!

Register Here! — Hurry only a few spaces remain!

For more information about this year’s meeting, check out the 2018 Annual Meeting page.


 

DISC Small Grants Program Request for Proposals!

The Delaware Invasive Species Council (DISC) is offering a small grants program and encourages interested groups and individuals to submit proposals for projects that address an invasive species problem in Delaware. Approximately $1,000 is available to fund one or several projects with a start date of January 1st, 2019 with a one year completion deadline. Please refer to the RFP for complete details. All proposals are due by 5 PM on November 15th, 2018.

DISC Small Grants Program RFP

DISC Members Field Trip a Success!

DISC members got a behind the scenes look on September 13 at Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek. Our members toured the newly planted meadows, woodlands, and shorelines where we discussed restoration, invasive species control, and techniques used by the horticulturalists.


 

2018 Annual Meeting Registration Is Now Open!

Register now for DISC’s 2018 Annual Meeting!

The Delaware Invasive Species Council’s annual meeting covers a full range of invasive species, including aquatic and terrestrial plants, animals and pathogens that impact native species and threaten Delaware’s natural resources, economy, an quality of life. Join government agencies, academic institutions, non-profit organizations, community leaders and others in strengthening awareness of invasive species prevention and management through information sharing and collaboration at the meeting! Continue reading “2018 Annual Meeting Registration Is Now Open!”

NISAW 2018: Tree-of-Heaven

February 26 through March 2, 2018 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week!  In recognition of NISAW, DISC will be posting an “Invasive Species of the Day” throughout the week.

Today’s highlighted species is Tree-of-Heaven. Click the image below for a full .pdf version, and please spread the word!

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NISAW 2018: Amynthas spp. Earthworms

February 26 through March 2, 2018 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week!  In recognition of NISAW, DISC will be posting an “Invasive Species of the Day” throughout the week.

Today’s highlighted species (or genus, in this case) is Amynthas spp. Earthworms. Click the image below for a full .pdf version, and please spread the word!

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NISAW 2018: Chinese Silver Grass

February 26 through March 2, 2018 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week!  In recognition of NISAW, DISC will be posting an “Invasive Species of the Day” throughout the week.

Today’s highlighted species is Chinese Silver Grass. Click the image below for a full .pdf version, and please spread the word!

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NISAW 2018- Spotted Lanternfly

February 26 through March 2, 2018 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week!  In recognition of NISAW, DISC will be posting an “Invasive Species of the Day” throughout the week.

Today’s highlighted species is Spotted Lanternfly. Click the image below for a full .pdf version, and please spread the word!

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NISAW 2018: Japanese Barberry

February 26 through March 2, 2018 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week!  In recognition of NISAW, DISC will be posting an “Invasive Species of the Day” throughout the week.

Today’s highlighted species is Japanese Barberry. Click the image below for a full .pdf version, and please spread the word!

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NISAW 2018: White-Nose Syndrome

February 26 through March 2, 2018 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week!  In recognition of NISAW, DISC will be posting an “Invasive Species of the Day” throughout the week.

Today’s highlighted species is White-Nose Syndrome. Click the image below for a full .pdf version, and please spread the word!

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