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Landowner Toolkit

Landowner Toolkit

Show your hoosier roots - stay native, not invasive

SICIM has compiled this toolkit to provide landowners with the resources you need to identify invasive species threats, determine what options are effective to control them, and find assistance for control efforts.  Browse toolkit items below, or download the files from Google Drive.  If you have problems downloading files, or are interested in hard copies, contact SICIM at sicim.info@gmail.com or 812-653-5563.

 

SICIM does not endorse particular treatment protocols or herbicides. Herbicides, and other chemicals and mechanical control equipment, are inherently dangerous. They should be used by trained experts and/or with much caution. If you choose to use herbicides or mechanical equipment, always read and follow the herbicide label and herbicide/equipment safety precautions. Seek professional assistance or training whenever possible.

 

Landowner toolkit - brochures:

 

LANDOWNER TOOLKIT - PLANT FACT SHEETS:

Check out these factsheets for several regional invasive plants courtesy of the Indiana Invasive Plant Species Working Group (IPSAWG).

 

LANDOWNER TOOLKIT - Purdue publications

 
 
 

LANDOWNER TOOLKIT - KEEP A LOOKOUT FLIERS:

 

LANDOWNER TOOLKIT - ADDITIONAL RESOURCES, LISTS, AND ARTICLES:

 
 Invasive species control calendar

Invasive species control calendar

 

Report!

You can help invasive managers in your area and across the state by reporting invasive plants when you find them!  Indiana has partnered with EddMaps to allow Hoosiers to report invasives online or via their smartphone.  You can also browse their website or app to view distribution maps, photos, and other information on area invasives.  Click the link below for more information: