Help protect Sault Ste Marie’s urban biodiversity! Join us on Saturday May 27th in Sutton Park as the EDRR Network & our partners take on SSM’s biggest garlic mustard population. We’ll be showing experienced and new GM pullers how to identify and remove this invasive plant. Please bring work gloves, and we’ll supply the rest! […]
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Join us for Thunder Bay’s 2nd ever garlic mustard pull June 27th 2017!
Join the EDRR Network and our friends at EcoSpark, Credit Valley Conservation Authority and the Riverwood Conservancy for a special workshop designed to help teachers bring invasive species content into their classroom. In this free workshop we’ll cover how to access a number of helpful education-oriented tools and resources designed to share knowledge on the 2nd leading […]
Say goodbye to sea buckthorn at Forks of the Credit Provincial Park!
Invasive Species Summit for Emerging Environmental Professionals March 25 – Free WHAT: The Summit is back! After a well-attended event in 2016, we’re delighted to host a follow-up workshop in 2017! This free, one-day, student led workshop will cover Ontario’s established and next wave invasive species. All taxa (plants, birds, fish, you name it!) will […]
Thunder Bay city council approved the $6.3M emerald ash borer management plan on Monday night’s council meeting. More information on this exciting development in maintaining the city’s tremendous urban forest can be found here at Thunder Bay Newswatch’s website.
EDRR’s own Taylor Wright recently published an article in The Chronicle Journal on the importance of continuing the discussion surrounding Emerald Ash Borer management within the City of Thunder Bay. After first detecting the invasive forest pest in June 2016, many community members have continued to support the need to adopt the City of Thunder Bay […]
Invasive Species Summit for Young Professionals – 2017 Due to the overwhelmingly positive response garnered from participants, we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a follow up event in January 2017! Please check here for more information as it becomes available. If you would like to participate in this event, please […]
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The Early Detection & Rapid Response (EDRR) Network Ontario project aims to train and equip volunteers with the skills and resources needed to better detect and reduce invasive species in Ontario, one community at a time.