Fall marks the season of change, the days become shorter and most of our greenery begins to disappear. While a lot of our favourite plants begin to wilt, some species are just beginning the hard work to ensure their survival in the next year. Unfortunately for Ontario’s biodiversity, many of these plants are dreaded unwanted […]
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The Early Detection & Rapid Response Network invites you to join us for an Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop on August 23rd at the Machine Shop in Sault Ste Marie from 9-3pm. This event will host a range of speakers from the Invasive Species Centre, Asian Carp Canada Program, Three Shores CISMA, and Invading Species Awareness […]
The 3rd Annual Garlic Mustard Pull in Sutton Park in Sault Ste. Marie was held on May 26th. Over 25 volunteers came out to help remove this invasive weed. As well, for the second year the Scouts Canada Sault Ste. Marie Troop came out to lend a hand at their own pull following the main […]
Saultites are ready for summer now that they have been trained to identify and report aquatic and terrestrial invasive plants at the Algoma Invasive Plant Workshop on April 22nd, 2018. The free event hosted by the Early Detection and Rapid Response Network Ontario welcomed 32 people and focused on identifying invasive terrestrial and aquatic plants […]
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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.