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Comment: updated next open meeting date to Jan 29th 2020

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FICMNEW continues to bridge the gap between federal agency invasive plant management and science activities and has been a driving force behind the national emphasis against the broader invasive species threat.

Next Open Meeting

To be determined

Latest meeting

Presentation

(Past presentations can be downloaded here)

Presenter


Meeting Location & Call-in Information

Wednesday, October 30th, January 29th, 2020, from 2:30-3:30 PM ET

Version 2.0 of a comprehensive list of U.S. non-native species and how it may relate to FICMNEW

The USGS' recent update of its list of non-native species established in Alaska, Hawaii, and the conterminous United States is a compilation and analysis of authoritative assertions of the nonindigenous status of all taxa in our nation.
Is a subset of this list relevant to weed managers and decision makers? Following the presentation and any resulting questions, join us in a conversation to discuss possible parameters of a potential FICMNEW weed list.

Annie Simpson, biologist and information scientist, U.S. Geological Survey


Pending

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MOU's (memoranda of understanding)

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