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leaf  April 25,2019    New Invasive Plant Regulations

-----Original Message-----
From: Dawn Slack
Sent: Thu, Apr 25, 2019 10:49 am
Subject: FW: Invasive Rule Update

Dear All,

I learned yesterday the rule became effective 18 April. Please see DNR’s link for a list of plants and additional information: https://www.in.gov/dnr/6351.htm .

There are two phases to the rule. Effective immediately, if a plant on the list is not present in IN, it is illegal to introduce it to the State (Note, all plants on the list are present in the state). Second, species on the list that are already in IN will be prohibited for sale, trade, distribution, barter, gift, exchange, transportation or introduction in one year, 18 April 2020.

The Indiana Plant Advisory Committee (IPAC) is actively working to update the existing official Indiana invasive plant list, which is available here: https://www.entm.purdue.edu/iisc/. In addition, we are working on a fact sheet for the public, a power point for educational purposes, and a field guide that will include all regulated species. We will disseminate this information as soon as we can.

The IISC (Indiana Invasive Species Council) will discuss next steps (addition of Callery pear and Norway maple) at their next meeting, May 21. Meeting will be held at the TNC office (620 East Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202). Meetings begin at 10AM.

Please share this information.

Dawn

Dawn R. Slack
Director of Stewardship
Chair, Invasive Plant Advisory Committee
Project Coordinator, Indiana Invasives Initiative, SICIM
dawn.slack@tnc.org
(317) 829-3807 (office)



leaf  Nov 22, 2018   Friends of Cedar Creek Apparel is here!

T-shirts and caps will be available at the meeting, visit the shop page for details.



leaf  Aug 1, 2016   Plug-In To Nature: New community website for nature events & news!

Friends of Cedar Creek is excited to be part of a new online nature network called Plug-In To Nature. This new community resource features a variety of Northeast Indiana conservation organizations and helps to provide the community with a connection to public events and programs in the Northeast Indiana area along with local environmental news and locations to visit and volunteer with that will get them in touch with nature!

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leaf  Jul 28, 2016   Environmental Resources Center Newsletter and Information

Consider signing up for the IPFW Environmental Resources Center mailing list to receive its monthlyish news update about research activities, upcoming events, and environmentally related activities in the region that might be of interest you. While one can quickly sign up from the ERC home page (http://erc.ipfw.edu), the direct sign up link is http://eepurl.com/baoCwj. That takes you to a page where you can provide more information about yourself, allowing them to tailor how they communicate with you.

Cedar Creek by MMC Photography
Cedar Creek near Cooks Landing, Allen County (photo by MMC Photography 2014)

leaf  Jan 1, 2016   Invasive plant shuts preserve, Little Cedar Creek first to be closed by ACRES

Jamie Duffy, Journal Gazette

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leaf  June 22, 2015   Groups looking to develop canoe trails in northeast Indiana

Ellie Bogue, News-Sentinel

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