Collaboration among disciplines is critical to address common problems, whether in wetlands, streams, lakes, or oceans, and to study these problems from an ecosystem perspective. Collaboration is also necessary to conduct translational research that delivers actionable results which support science-based solutions.
This is a hybrid conference with in-person and virtual options for attending and presenting.
The PAMF Team will be offering a webinar style PAMF training again this May. Can't make the live training? View additional training opportunities within.
The monitoring window opens July 1st and continues through July 31st. Submit your reports by July 31st and receive optimal management guidance in August! Open this event to find out more.
The past three management (translocating, dormant, and growing) and the July monitoring reports are due today. Open this event to submit your reports online and find out more!
The Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference 2022 will held as a hybrid conference with in-person events hosted at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Tuesday, October 25 - Thursday, October 27, 2022. Stay tuned for additional details!