Early Detection, Rapid Response

EDRR Workshop Information

On February 8, 2012, DISC hosted an Early Detection, Rapid Response workshop at the St. Jones Reserve in Dover, DE.

Check out the handout links below for valuable information, including some on up and coming invaders! 


Invasive Species Early Detection and Rapid Response Network Development Workshop

AGENDA

This day long planning session will kick off the development of an invasive species Early Detection and Rapid Response network for the state of Delaware that will cover all types of invasives including; plants, animals, aquatics, insects, and microbes.

The following materials will be discussed at the EDRR Workshop. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the documents prior to the event:

Handout 1: EDRR System Overview

Handout 2: EDRR System Traditional Approaches

Handout 3: Draft Plan Template

Handout 4A: DE Noxious Weed Program

Handout 4B– DISC Invasive Plant List

Handout 4C– Potential Invaders of DE

Handout 4D– Federal Noxious Weed List

Handout 5– Additional Suggested Species

Handout 6– Crested Floating Heart Fact Sheet

Handout 7- Wavyleaf Basketgrass Fact Sheet

Handout 8– Giant Salvinia Fact Sheet

Handout 9– Killer Shrimp Fact Sheet

Handout 10– Lionfish Fact Sheet

Handout 11– Laurel Wilt Disease Fact Sheet

Handout 12– White-nose Syndrome

Handout 13– Nutria Fact Sheet

Handout 14– State Early Detection Network Partners

Handout 15– Field Survey Collection Form

Handout 16- EDDMapS Mapping Handbook

Handout 17– Rapid Assessment Guidelines

Handout 18– Single Agency Led Programs

Handout 19– Witchweed Fact Sheet

Handout 20– Interagency Task Force

Handout 21– Beach Vitex Fact Sheet

Handout 22– 2010 N.C. Volunteer Training Workshop Agenda

Handout 23- Online IVS Mgmt. Training Program

Handout 24– Student Weed Stopper Program

Handout 25- Next Steps