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Wanted: Whistler’s Five Worst Weeds
Wanted: Whistler’s Five Worst Weeds

Are you familiar with Whistler’s top 5 offenders? While there are many more than 5 problematic weeds in Whistler, the 5 worse weeds  have the potential of causing significant damage to infrastructure, waterways, animal and human health, and the landscape. Because these plants are only present in Whistler at a limited number of sites, complete

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Burdock Blitz!
Burdock Blitz!

Community Invasive Plant Pull Whistler Meet at the corner of Mons Rd and Mons Ct. Come out and help remove invasive Common Burdock from Whistler’s Valley Trails! Bring gardening gloves if you have them. Snacks & refreshments provided! For more information please contact: ssisc.outreach@gmail.com or call 250-814-7720

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Balsam Blitz!
Balsam Blitz!

Community Invasive Plant Pull Squamish Meet at Cliffside Pub Parking in Valleycliffe Location: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1WMNw7DiF… Come out and help remove invasive Himalayan Balsam from our Squamish ecosystems! Bring gardening gloves if you have them. Snacks & refreshments provided! For more information please contact: ssisc.outreach@gmail.com or call 250-814-7720

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Invasive-Free Certification 2017 – Get Certified!
Invasive-Free Certification 2017 – Get Certified!

Calling all Landscapers, horticulturists, and earthmovers of the Sea to Sky! Our Invasive Free Certification program is up and running for its 7th year and we want YOU to join us! Become certified and receive up to date invasive species training, advice and consultation, referrals, reduced disposal rates for invasives, and exposure through our website,

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Yellow Flag Iris Patrol
Yellow Flag Iris Patrol

Come out to Alpha Lake and learn how you can help survey our lakes and rivers for Yellow Flag Iris. Learn how to identify and report this invasive plant. Bring your SUP, canoe, or kayak and head out to patrol the lake for Yellow Flag Iris (optional)! Yellow Flag Iris is an invasive species that

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Enter the BC invasives video contest!

Do you like spending time outdoors? Are you creative? Do you want a chance to win some great prizes? Then enter the #BCinvasivescontest between June 1st – August 31st! To enter, all you have to do is submit a video showing how you help stop the spread of local invasive plants or animals, no professional

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SSISC is Hiring!
SSISC is Hiring!

SSISC is hiring for Summer 2017! Want to join our team? We are hiring for the following seasonal position: Invasive Species Crew Member (Internship) (pdf) If you think you’d be a great fit, we’d love to hear from you! Please download the job description (links to PDF above), and read the eligibility & requirements of the position

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