Thank you everyone for joining us for our latest café ‘Big data to solve big problems: Large Scale Perspective on Invasive Species and Climate Change’ with Dr. Eve Beaury! We had a lot of great questions that brought up some resources we would like to share with everyone:
- Northeast Regional Invasive Species and Climate Change (RISCC) Management Network. Biweekly listserv that distributes the latest science and outreach on the topic of invasive species and climate change. Check out the Management Resources tab on the website includes most of the materials mentioned:
- Range-shifting invasive plants.
- Native plants to use for climate-smart gardening in the northeast
- Outline of interactions between invasives and climate change
- ‘Why Native’ – why gardening with native plants is better for biodiversity than a non-native dominated garden
- Coming soon : ‘Do Not Sell’ list of range shifting ornamental invasives that we don’t want to enter into the Northeast.
- List of state-regulated invasive plants and noxious weeds in New England: https://scholarworks.umass.edu/data/146/
- Data from this preprint: https://scholarworks.umass.edu/nrc_faculty_pubs/446/.
- List of state-regulated invasive plants in a more user-friendly format: https://www.massnrc.org/mipag/.
If you have further questions please feel free to contact Dr. Beaury