Lower Hudson PRISM

Upcoming Events

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Many more PRISM events are posted on our web site at http://lhprism.org.


The Lower Hudson PRISM annual report for 2013 is now available. The report describes all of the PRISM partners' accomplishments with respect to invasive species work for 2013.

Click here to view the document.

For more information:

Linda Rohleder, Ph.D.
Director of Land Stewardship
Coordinator, Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management
New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
Office: 201-512-9348
E-Mail:  LRohleder@NYNJTC.ORG

Current Projects

The Mile-a-Minute Project of the Hudson Valley

The Mile-a-Minute Project of the Hudson Valley, a collaborative effort between numerous state and non-profit organizations, was established in 2005 to provide outreach, education, and control for the Mile-a-Minute vine (Persicaria perfoliata L., formerly Polygonum perfoliatum L.) to help prevent its spread. To learn more visit the website http://henri.newark.rutgers.edu/mam/index_MAM.html

NY-NJ Trail Conference Invasives Strike Force

The NY/NJ Trail Conference has assembled an Invasives Strike Force. Trained volunteers dedicated to surveying, monitoring, and eradicating invasive plants along hiking trails in southern New York and adjoining New Jersey have covered over 630 miles of trail as of the end of 2013. There is always a need for more volunteers to assist in the identification and eradication effort. For more information and upcoming events please visit their website  http://www.nynjtc.org/invasives

Meeting Minutes

Dec 5 Partners Meeting - Strategic Planning Workshop 2

Meeting Notes

Nov 7 Partners Meeting - Strategic Planning Workshop 1

Meeting Notes

September 25 Partners Meeting

Meeting summary for the Sept 25 Lower Hudson Partners meeting PDF

PRISM Reports

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New Species Introductions

Euphorbia lathyris

A population of Euphorbia lathryis was reported in Hook Mountain State Park in October 2012

Pleioblastus chino

Japanese bamboo has been identified from several patches along the Palisades Interstate Parkway through Harriman State Park. (Sept 2013)