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CISMA Call Log-in
CISMA Call Log-in
Conference Code and Attendee ID!
Missed the teleconference prompt on WebEx?
You have 2 options to bring it back to the screen:
1. Click on the ‘Audio’ tab and click on ‘Teleconference’
2. Hang up the phone (if you’re already in the teleconference)
Prompt Box has these 3 things:
1. Call into the meeting
1-866-385-9623 (US) (Call-in toll-free number)
1-443-863-6602 (US) (Call-in number)
2. Enter the access code:
751 091 0623 (Conference code)
3. Enter your Attendee ID: (it will be several digits with
pound # signs on either side)
#????#
CISMA Call Agenda
• Introductions- Mike Renda
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Landowner Invasive Species
Tool Kit Presentation- Taryn
Sudol
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CISMA Updates:
– Suncoast , Cynthia WheelerGrizzle
– Nature Coast, Keith Morin
– East Central FL, Kelli Gladding
Landowner Invasive Species Toolkit
Presenter: Taryn Sudol
Landowner Invasive Species Toolkit
Taryn Sudol & Gabbie Milch, UF IFAS Extension, Seminole Co.
NISAW Panel Presentation
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Introductory PowerPoint
6 person panel -- asked five questions and Q & A period
36 Invasive plants with identification/ removal information
Neighborhood Toolkit
28 attendants
The Needs Assessment: 12 responses
Why do you care about invasive species removal?
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Preservation
Invasive experience
Learn more
Spread word
The Needs Assessment
Barriers to Invasive Removal
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Education
Time
Difficult
removal
Energy
Money
Hard to access
Apartment
Poor laws
Lack of
cooperation
The Neighborhood Toolkit
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A 18 page document detailing 9 steps on both HOW to
remove invasive plants and HOW TO GET PEOPLE to
remove invasive plants
Identify
problem
Define
scope
Removal
plan
Funds
Committee
actions
Create
committee
Scheduling &
promoting
The day of
Monitoring
1. Identify the problem
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Identify invasive plants in neighborhood and conservation
easements
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www.fleppc.org/ID_book.htm
How invasive is the species?
What parts of the plant need to be removed?
Are there any particular challenges to removing the
species?
How likely is the species to reestablish?
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Multiple treatments
2. Define how big the problem is in your
neighborhood
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What potential impact does this species have on natural
lands?
How established or extensive is the species in your
neighborhood?
Where are the species? How are they spread out?
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Which households are affected?
What local factors may affect the species’
reestablishment?
3. Research the removal plan
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Look up plant and methods at
http://floridainvasives.org/mgmtplans.html
Methods
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Handpulling
Mechanical
Biological
Herbicide
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Type and application
Necessary Licenses
Rules of disposal
4. Create a committee
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Spend more time getting to know neighbors
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Observe homeowner’s landscape
Homeowners Association
Around 6 people on committee
Group dynamics http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1378
Logistics: Meeting time, length, and location.
5. Committee Actions
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Return to scope, priorities, and action plan
Team Roles
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Scouting –What areas do you need access to. List of activities.
Marketing team –Get the word out
Prep team –Get supplies together
Chemical team
Clean up team –Disposal plan
6. Gaining funds for resources
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Cost depends on extent, removal methods, and
retreatment
Grants? Community funds?
Material costs
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Garbage bags
Gloves
Gardening tools
Herbicides?
Refreshments
Contact local extension office
7. Scheduling and promoting the event
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Season
Date and time
Signing-up
Target volunteers
Advertisement
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Means
Content
Timing
8. The day of the event
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Introduction
Methods
Materials/supplies
Incentives
Safety
Grouping
Encouragement and motivation
Sharing results and photos
9. Monitoring
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Evaluate
Frequency of events
Keep informed
Native plants re-establishment
Thank you!
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Read our toolkit!
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Email [email protected]
Give us feedback
If you like it, use it!
Contact info:
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Taryn Sudol, FFL Extension Agent
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407-665-5575
[email protected]
Gabbie Milch, Urban Horticulturalist
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407-665-5558
[email protected]
Landowner Invasive Species Toolkit
Suncoast CISMA Update
Presenter: Cynthia
Wheeler – Grizzle
Suncoast CISMA
Meetings
• Steering Committee
– 3/10/2014
– 7/24/2014
• Membership Meetings
– 5/22/2014: Aquatic Invaders
• Jenn Bernatis - apple snails
• Jeff Hill – freshwater fish
Suncoast CISMA
Workdays
• Scherer-Thaxon Preserve
– Sarasota County
– Target Species: Brazilian Pepper
• Mariposa Key
– Manatee County
– Target Species: Brazilian Pepper
• Brooker Creek Preserve
– Pinellas County
– Target Species: Invasive Apple
Snail Specie
Presentations
• Becoming an Outdoorswoman
in Ocala (3/9/2014)
• Pinellas County’s Lakes and
Ponds Education Day
(4/12/2014)
• FL Ch. Of the Wildlife Society
and FLEPPC Annual Spring
Conference (4/29-5/1/2014)
• Pinellas County Chapter of the
Native Plant Society Meeting
(6/4/2014)
• Florida Association of
Environmental Professionals
Conference (4/7/2014)
Suncoast CISMA
Upcoming Discussions
• Next meeting topic ideas– Coyotes, Wetland grasses, Tegu,
Cuban Treefrog, or Feral cats.
• Finalizing print of our grant funded educational poster
• Developing workbook with factsheets of all our EDRR species
• How to encouraging participation in workdays
Nature Coast CISMA Update
Presenter:
Keith Morin
UPDATEs:
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We have had a slow year since our April general meeting where Brenda
Herring presented our EDRR list. This was approved with few changes.
• Steering Committee
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In Feb, our five year plan was worked out and approved
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SC working to establish a top five EDRR and established problem plant list for the
aquatic side and publish to website.
• Operations
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After a vacancy, our is working again with Bob Lindemuth of FFS now filling the
Chair position as of last week
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Two workdays are being planned for the Sept-Dec period
• Outreach
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We are continuing to update the website through the Outreach committee so it is
more complete.
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Outreach is also going to schedule two Master Gardener EDDMaps trainings for
Citrus and Sumter counties
• Scheduled Events:
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We have our Fall general meeting scheduled for Sept. 10 at
Brooksville
SWFWMD in
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Dr. Julio Medal of UF will speak on TSA biocontrol (.5 CEU avail)
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Committee reports and updates
Robbie Lovestrand and John Kunzer of FWC are currently developing a one day
CISMA workshop on aquatic plant identification and control methods for October.
Location and date TBD.
• Other
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Information provided through the group has led to a new agency
in the CISMA getting FWC funding to complete a treatment project
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We continue to have two to three general and two Steering Committee meetings
throughout the year
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We have approved retention of a bank account through a non-profit partner
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We will have an event banner and a brochure printed by the end of the year for
use at workdays, festivals, etc.
East Central Florida CISMA Update
Presenter:
Kelli Gladding
East Central Florida CISMA Update
Events:
-Past
-Present
-Future
Next CISMA Call
August 27, 2014 at 1:30 pm Eastern
Agenda:
Updates
• ECISMA
• Okeechobee AISTF
Presentation:
• Cogon Grass Beetle – Bill Overholt
Florida Cooperative Invasive Species
Management Area (CISMA) Monthly Call
– Hosted by the Florida Invasive Species Partnership (FISP)
participation is voluntary, we promise it will only last 1 hour, and we can
guarantee that you will enjoy the conversations
4th Wednesday of Every
Month at 1:30pm
Except November and December
For more information email
[email protected]
or
Go to floridainvasives.org to join up
for list serve announcements
Now 3 Ways to
Participate!
1. Online
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Go to: https://nethope.webex.com/nethope/
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Meeting Number: 824 138 461
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Meeting password: Invasive2!
2. Phone
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US Toll-free: 1-866-385-9623
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Conference Code: 751 091 0623
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Attendee ID: In WebEx prompt after
logging on
Enter at any time on key pad
3. Skype
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Skype name: nethopeandaffilliates
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Conference Code: 751 091 0623
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