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Welcome to the Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council, a non-profit group that works in cooperation with organizations, First Nations, governments and industry in a province wide effort to minimize the negative impacts caused by invasive species.

 

News

Squamish Estuary youth program Invasive teachings by Outreach Specialist Kimberly Armour was part of the outdoor classroom program this fall. More in theSquamish Chief...

UBCM endorsesInvasive resolution Put forth by the District of Squamish, the resolution was endorsed at the UBCM conference in Whistler. more...

Hogweed ready!

Hogweed ready

Hot Spots Field Crew Update The 5 person crew hired by the Invasive Plant Council of BC to conduct on the ground invasive work in the Sea to Sky Corridor is now half way through their contract. Highlights to date include tackling all the giant hogweed sites that were reported, stopping blueweed in its tracks, and helping the Whistler Biodiversity Project to eradicate broom in Whistler. more...

Call for volunteers! We are looking for volunteers to help with education and control.  For more information please contact us.


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Events & Presentations

Horticulture Forum

Thank you to all that attended!


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This forum was a great opportunity to pinpoint barriers that the horticultural industry faces regarding invasive plant species. Hopefully, this will help to unite the horticultural industry and other vital stakeholders in future efforts for dealing with invasive plant species. Meeting summary...

Community Weed Pull The SSISC wants to help your group organize a weed pull. We will present to your group on background and methods, as well as loan tools and take care of disposal. Contact us for more information.

Your group may be eligible for a $250 honorarium for participating, see the IPCBC website for more details. 

 

 

 

 

 


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