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Managing Urban Ecosystems

Kat Superfisky sits on a concrete barrier by the LA River stormdrain

With over 80 percent of the U.S. population now living in urban areas, cities have arguably become humanity’s new natural habitat.

CISMAs, Invasive Species, and You!

Emily McNally with a bundle of tree branches

Tune in to learn about the important invasive species work we do in Oakland County, our day-to-day working realities as a CISMA (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area), and the unique challenges of ecosystems like ours.

Lost in the Weeds

Man with hat standing in a field of tall invasive weeds

Got the bittersweet blues, knotweed nightmares, peeved at parsnip? Mike from Got Weeds? joins us this month to refresh your mindset, your methods, and your measurables.

Economy & Availability of Native Plant Production

Portrait of Bill Schneider

Call for native plants increases year after year, but can supply meet this surging demand? There are many horticultural considerations that affect the supply of native species and seed but there are also economic realities at play.