Join us at the upcoming 2016 Oregon Invasive Species Council Summit
September 13, 2016 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | Salem, Oregon
Please register at the following link: tinyurl.com/OISCSummit
We protect Oregon from invasive species through
outreach, education and coordination.
Our mission is to protect Oregon's natural resources and economy by planning and leading a coordinated and comprehensive campaign to prevent the introduction of invasive species and eradicate, contain or manage existing invasive species in Oregon.
Don't Pack A Pest
Asian Gypsy Moth
DON'T LET IT LOOSE
The state’s new Sudden Oak Death Task Force will investigate a new way to keep the pathogen from spreading further in Curry County.
Oregon Invasive Species Hotline is now easier to use, faster, and smart phone friendly!
Asian gypsy moths arrived on steel plates from the far east.
Lymantria dispar (Asian Gypsy Moth), is one of the North America's most significant and devastating forest pests.
Read about the threat Asian gypsy moth poses to Oregon and our unique opportunity to protect our forest.
This December, volunteers with the City of Tualatin and Tualatin Riverkeepers held an invasive species weed pull along the Tualatin River as a part of the city’s Put Down Roots in Tualatin campaign.