How conservationists are using technology to control the spread of an invasive plant species .
Engaging its key partners and the public through a series of campaigns focused on the pathways of the spread of invasives, CCIS serves as a national voice and hub to protect Canada from the impacts of invasive species.
Meet students who monitor and protect their local wetlands when they go to school.
DUC pilot project with AI firm saiwa helps maximize field time in battling European water chestnut, an invasive species affecting Ontario's waterways.
Control and monitoring disrupt the seed cycle in Eastern Lake Ontario and the Rideau River.
Co-ordinated action to protect ecosystem health.
Promising signs from Invasive species cattail management experiment underway at Frenchies Island in the Fraser River Delta of B.C.
Racing to protect healthy wetland habitats for native plants and animals.
DUC is is fighting the invasive tree before it can take root in the Quintal floodplain
How can we reduce the impacts of non-native phragmites on wetlands?
A landowner’s call for help receives a rapid response to halt an invasive aquatic plant.
They are pretty, but destructive to wetlands and other natural areas. DUC is combating invasive species using some surprising methods like gardening tools, livestock and beetles.
Our Native Plant Solutions (NPS) engaged a Manitoba First Nation in the fight to rescue habitat from a beautiful and destructive invasive plant. In partnership with the Centre of Indigenous Environmental Resources, NPS and members of the Brokenhead Ojibway Nation released approximately 450 purple loosestrife beetles at five wetland sites in an area known for rare plant species and species of cultural importance to the community.
Researchers shut out an invasive fish species to help restore Delta Marsh.