Southeastern Wisconsin Invasive Species Consortium, Inc.

SEWISC

SEWISC E-News

The quarterly electronic newsletter of the
Southeastern Wisconsin Invasive Species Consortium

2013 On-the-Ground Efforts

SEWISC Assistance Program

We strive to provide resources for control of invasive species and establishment of native communities in Southeastern Wisconsin.  This year, SEWISC had the opportunity to assist 15 organizations and their volunteers through Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funding provided by the US Forest Service.  Target control species included: European buckthorn, Asian honeysuckle, Japanese barberry, reed canary grass, purple loosestrife, Japanese knotweed, garlic mustard, dame’s rocket, crown vetch, thistle, teasel, burdock, and common reed grass.

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