What We Do
Our focus is to help individuals and organizations understand and participate in their ecological sense of place. This can be done in a variety of ways - by providing ecological assessment to inform customers of their landscape locations' past, current, and potential condition (aka assessment), by actively participating in a partial or a complete ecological restoration of their site, or simply by suggesting a few native plants that might interest them.
Japanese Knotweed Symposium in St. Joseph, MI
Please join Southwest Michigan’s Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area team and St. Joseph city staff for the Japanese Knotweed Symposium at the Heritage Museum and Cultural Center, 601 Main Street, St. Joseph, on March 21 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Lunch is free.
This symposium covers information about how to work together to treat knotweed in our area, including a round table discussion on local cooperation for landowners, and a Q and A panel for professional managers.
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