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Wednesday, February 09, 2022

The schedule is set for part one of the National Invasive Species Awareness Week 2022, to be held the week of February 28 to March 04. NISAW was initiated by FICMNEW as National Invasive Weeds Awareness Week in the early 2000's and has since evolved to cover all invasive species. The North American Invasive Species Management Association is the main NISAW sponsor and hosts its website (which was formerly hosted by the University of Georgia).

This information is from NISAW's home page at https://www.nisaw.org (all listed times are central time, and the schedule is subject to change):

Outreach and CommunicationsNAISMA encourages local, state, and regional organizations to use the FREE NISAW toolkit of outreach and communications resources to raise awareness of local invasive species concerns to elected officials, agency leadership, and the public. NAISMA’s emails, social media posts, and digital advertising campaign aims to reach 500,000 viewers.

Educational Webinars – NAISMA hosts educational webinars on priority invasive species issues the week of NISAW and the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Other organizations may host webinars also. Get more information and register on the NISAW events page. 

Congressional Briefings – NISAW provides an opportunity for organizations to hold formal briefings for Congressional staff to educate and inform on a specific topic or bill.

Individual Meetings – NISAW provides an opportunity for individuals and organizations to meet with elected officials and agency leadership to communicate priorities for invasive species legislation, funding, policy, and management.

Local Events and Awareness Weeks or Months – NAISMA promotes state and local events and Awareness Weeks or Months utilizing the NISAW events page and social media channels.

Social MediaNAISMA will collaborate with members, partners, and like-minded organizations to arrange social media events during the week of NISAW to raise awareness of the economic and ecological impacts of invasive species.


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