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Kudzu overtaking a forest at Crane Naval Weapons Depot (above).


 

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comment Now on the proposed terrestrial invasive plant rule!

The public comment period is now open on Indiana's proposed rule to regulate 44 highly invasive terrestrial plants.  Read all about the rule and how you can comment here.  


check out sicim's latest invasive plant ID video - Chinese yam

SICIM has a new video camera and we're sending it out with our Regional Specialists to capture invasives in Indiana.  Check out our latest video on Chinese Yam, and visit our Videos Page as we continue to add more.  


SICIM Annual meeting presentations Now available online

Did you miss SICIM's annual meeting June 21st in Paoli?  Catch up on our Presentations page.  


Now support SICIM every time you shop on Amazon! 

Click the AmazonSmile link to select SICIM as your charity.  Then, every time you shop, AmazonSmile makes a donation to SICIM!.  

 
 

Our mission is to protect, restore, and enhance southern Indiana’s landscapes by
coordinating efforts to identify, prevent, and control invasive species.


Counties Managed by SICIM

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Indiana invasives initiative 

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In 2018 SICIM is starting a brand new statewide project funded by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).  This 5 year project will work to develop and support Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas (CISMAs) across the state.  For more information, check out our Invasives Initiative page.


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