Published on June 12, 2020
Check out the top five hot topics to get your quick answer to what might be happening in your yard or garden.
Published on May 22, 2020
This invasive weed is rapidly taking over the forest floor, replacing important habitat for plants and animals alike.
Published on June 20, 2017
Along the Kiwanis Trail with Adrian College Professor Janet Salzwedel
Published on November 19, 2015
Non-native invasive species increase liabilities of fires and flooding. Properties at risk of fire or flood experience reduced property value.
Invasive species are costly in economic and ecological damage, further introductions must be avoided
Published on July 27, 2015
A new grant project at MSU hopes to provide a better network for tracking and pinpointing possible new invasive introductions early before these invasive species get a solid foothold in Michigan.
Published on August 19, 2014
Exotic pests are one of the more serious threats to forest health. While few exotics pose serious challenges, there are some insects, diseases and plants that do. Eradication is possible if small infestations can be detected early.
Published on April 28, 2014
Help rid local woodlands of this unwelcome invader by organizing a garlic mustard pull in your neighborhood.
Published on May 2, 2012
Garlic mustard’s rapid growth will give it a leg up on seed production for next year. Don’t hesitate to pull it out or get creative and make a salad!
Published on April 22, 2010
Garlic mustard threatens displacement of hundreds of native woodland plants and ferns.
Published on May 18, 2007
Garlic mustard is a biennial invasive weed native to Europe that is now widely distributed across North America from Georgia to Alaska.
Published on April 13, 2007
Garlic mustard is rapidly becoming one of Michigan’s worst woodland weeds, threatening to displace hundreds of native woodland plants and ferns.
Published on May 26, 2006
Japanese stilt grass came to the eastern United States accidentally and has been spreading rapidly into the Midwest.