Basics of the Endangered Species ActSponsored by the Agricultural and Food Law ConsortiumTopic:The Endangered Species Act (“ESA”) protects species identified...>Read More
Sponsored by the Agricultural & Food Law Consortium In June 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency issued a supplemental final rule associated with...>Read More
Plant Heroes is a program that was created by the American Public Gardens Association as part of its role in the Sentinel Plant Network. It was specifically...>Read More
The Burmese python, one of the largest snake species in the world, has been reported as invading the Everglades since the 1980s. It is a large predator that...>Read More
Various groups across the United States have invested in the development of smartphone apps to make reporting data on invasive species easier than ever....>Read More
An invasive species is a nonnative species (in any reproductive stage, including seed, egg, spore, or other propagule) whose introduction causes or is likely...>Read More
Prescribed burning is a vital part of successful land management in grassland and shrubland landscapes. Restoring fire often results in increased vegetation...>Read More
The Invasive Species Profiles were designed to make finding reliable information on invasive species easier. Our goal is to deliver current, practical,...>Read More
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