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Pemberton’s 5 Worst Weeds
Pemberton’s 5 Worst Weeds

The Winds of Change, the Community Almanach from Pemberton, Lil’wat, SLRD Area C and N’Quatqua, recently published an article about Pemberton’ 5 Worst Weeds. Lisa Richardson, the author, frames the fight against invasive species in the context of reconciliation and decolonization: “Tackling Invasive Species, which I now see can be a gesture of reconciliation, helping

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The Aliens Among Us

The Aliens Among Us – How Invasive Species are Transforming the Planet and Ourselves Local author, Leslie Anthony has spent his fair share of time with us at SSISC and various other invasive species managers around the country – and the resulting book is “a thoughtful, accessible look at the rapidly growing issue of invasive plants,

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Program Aims to Reel In Invasive Goldfish

Program Aims to Reel In Invasive Goldfish The Resort Municipality of Whistler, E-Newsletter Summer 2016 The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is teaming up with the Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council (SSISC) to deal with invasive goldfish in Whistler’s ponds and lakes. These unwanted pet goldfish have been let loose in Millar’s Pond and

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