Invasive Species - Terrestrial





Protecting Our Forests, Woodland & Other Areas
 
Protecting our forests, woodlands, and other areas from terrestrial invasive species is important to maintain the health of our forests and the beauty of our communities. The invasive species Giant Hogwart contains toxic sap that can cause a sever rash, more sever that that caused by poison ivy. Education and awareness are important steps in protection against introduction of these destructive and dangerous invasive species. 

Purple Loosestrive is already established as an invasive species in our area. If you find (or suspect) any of these other invasive species in our area, please notify LPSA Lake Ecologists Peter Tobiessen and Jim Olsen. They will coordinate efforts with Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District and state agencies to implement appropriate actions to eliminate or control the invasive species.

 
 
 

Protecting Our Forests, Woodland & Other Areas
 
Protecting our forests, woodlands, and other areas from terrestrial invasive species is important to maintain the health of our forests and the beauty of our communities. The invasive species Giant Hogwart contains toxic sap that can cause a sever rash, more sever that that caused by poison ivy. Education and awareness are important steps in protection against introduction of these destructive and dangerous invasive species. 

Purple Loosestrive is already established as an invasive species in our area. If you find (or suspect) any of these other invasive species in our area, please notify LPSA Lake Ecologists Peter Tobiessen and Jim Olsen. They will coordinate efforts with Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District and state agencies to implement appropriate actions to eliminate or control the invasive species.