9 years of protecting local ecosystems

Planting invasive plants in your yard, releasing your unwanted pet, or forgetting to Clean Drain & Dry your boat can introduce invasive species.

Learn about how you can help stop the spread.

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Invasive species are the second most significant threat to biodiversity, after habitat loss.

-World Conservation Union

Achievements for 2018 include:

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Workshops & Events Held

Upcoming Event: Pemberton Farmers’ Market

SSISC is holding an information booth at the Pemberton Farmers’ Market, complete with animal and plant specimens and kids’ activities!

Come find out what we are up to and what activities we have to offer the little ones!

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Our outreach programs

Early Detection is Key!

Once invasive species have become well established in the region, it is difficult to eradicate them and reverse the impacts they have had on our local ecosystems, the economy, and human health. Preventing their establishment in the first place is the most efficient and effective way to manage new invasive species. Early Detection and Rapid Response is the proactive approach that prevents establishment of species through risk assessment, verification, containment, and eradication. SSISC actively collaborates with partners and the public to detect and eradicate invasive species before they spread beyond control. The species on the right are some of our success stories!

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Mussel-free Lakes in the Sea to Sky
Mussel-free Lakes in the Sea to Sky
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Bullfrog-free Lakes in the Sea to Sky
Bullfrog-free Lakes in the Sea to Sky
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Sites with Scotch Thistle Under Control
Sites with Scotch Thistle Under Control
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Sites with Flowering Rush Under Control
Sites with Flowering Rush Under Control
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