Oregon Invasive Species Information Network

The network includes all key players, partners and any entity or individual with a stake or interest in protecting Oregon from invasive species.  The Oregon Invasive Species Network (OISN) serves as an hub for information and a means for collaboration and coordination across the spectrum of invasive species efforts.  The active involvement of network members determines the usefulness of the network.

If you would like to be part of the Oregon Invasive Species Council Network and would like to see your organization listed here, visit the Get Involved page to sign up!


Key Players

A key players is a governmental agency or other organization that is significantly engaged in implementing actions under the objectives on a statewide basis or whose efforts the Council recognizes as significantly advancing a statewide objectiveThis role involves implementation, statewide tracking, participation and collaboration to ensure that Oregon achieves the objectives. Below are our key players and relevant invasive species programs.

Bureau of Land Management

Bureau of Land Management

 

 

Governor's Natural Resources Office

Governor's Natural Resources Office

Oregon Dpeartment of Forestry

Oregon Dpeartment of Forestry

National Parks Service

National Parks Service



Oregon State Parks

Oregon State Parks

USDA Forest Service—Pacifc Northwest Region 6

USDA Forest Service—Pacifc Northwest Region 6

Oregon Department of Transportation

Oregon Department of Transportation


Oregon State University

Oregon State University

U.S. Fish & WIldlife Service

U.S. Fish & WIldlife Service

United States Department of Agriculture—Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

United States Department of Agriculture—Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service


Partners

A partner is a governmental agency or other organization that has contributed to invasive species efforts and demonstrated commitment to achieving the statewide objectivesThis role includes varying levels of implementation, statewide tracking, participation, and collaboration to ensure that Oregon achieves the objectives. Partners are invited and encouraged to coordinate with the Oregon Invasive Species Council. 

The OISC recognizes the following groups that play a part in this work:

Citizen Science Groups, Colleges and Universities, Community groups, Consumptive users: anglers, hunters, trappers, Cooperative Weed Management Areas, Hydropower facilities, Industry groups: agriculture, aquaculture, forestry, nursery, trade, Industry leaders, k-12 Educators, Law enforcement, Local Governments, Media Outlets, National and Regional Invasive Species Councils, National resource management agencies, Natural resource contractors, NGOs, Non-consumptive users: campers, hikers, photographers, sightseers, Nonformal educators, Outdoor retailers, Pet trade organizations, Port management organizations, Private landowners, Research institutions, State agencies, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Tribal Governments, Watershed Councils, Weed Control Districts

Our currently identified partner agency and organization list includes:

Army Corps of Engineers

Dig In

Friends of Outdoor School

Idaho Invasive Species Council

Northwest Youth Corps

Northwest Power and Conservation Council

Oregon Department of Agriculture

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Oregon Department of Forestry

Oregon Department of State Lands

Oregon Department of Transportation

Oregon Office of Emergency Management

Oregon State Marine Board

Oregon State Parks

Oregon State University

Oregon State University Extension

Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board

Pacific NorthWest Economic Region

Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission

Port of Portland

Portland Bureau of Environmental Services

Portland State University

SOLVE

Travel Oregon

U.S. Customs & Border Protection

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

U.S. Forest Service

USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Washington Invasive Species Council

West Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District

Willamette Riverkeepers