Protecting Canada’s land and water from invasive species

The goal of this project is empower Canadians with the knowledge and tools to monitor the health of their trees, and increase priority pest surveillance efforts in the Province of Ontario through community data collection.

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Apply for the Communications and Event Management Intern position by Wednesday, March 24 at 11:59 p.m.

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Next Webinar – Topic: Oak Wilt. View the webinar page for more information.

Learn how to identify wild boars and what to do if you spot one with this factsheet

EDDMapS is a web-based mapping system for documenting invasive species distribution. It is fast, easy to use and doesn’t require Geographic Information Systems experience. EDDMapS’ goal is to maximize the effectiveness and accessibility of the immense numbers of invasive species observations recorded each year, and you can help by reporting sightings of invasive species!

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*Reports input into EDDMapS Ontario Reporting System

This useful tool provides an open record of completed risk assessments relevant to North America. The database currently includes publicly available risk assessments completed by a range of government and non-government organizations.

Life Cycle

Our vision is a Canada where land and water are protected from invasive species.

Our mission is to connect stakeholders, knowledge and technology to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species that harm Canada’s environment, economy and society.

Our values:

  • Collaboration – drawing on all stakeholders to achieve success
  • Credibility – using a consistent, evidence-based approach
  • Professionalism – maintaining dedication to excellence in management and delivery
  • Efficiency – filling gaps and reducing overlap wherever possible
  • Sustainability – helping natural resources last for future generations
 

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Protecting Canada’s land and water from invasive species


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