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Latest News

Welcome to our 2022 Seasonal Crew

Welcome to our 2022 Seasonal Crew

WNY PRISM has begun training our 2022 seasonal Crew! Join us in welcoming our three Invasive Species Management Assistants, Brianna Saylor, Melanie Donofrio, and William Walston, as well as welcoming back our Education and Outreach Assistant, John Montgomery. Brianna, Melanie and William will work in the field to survey for invasive species, manage infestations and […]

Spring 2022 Newsletter Released!

Spring 2022 Newsletter Released!

WNY PRISM is excited to announce the release of our Spring 2022 Newsletter! In this edition, learn about WNY PRISM’s community science effort for mapping hemlock woolly adelgid, and further ways you can get involved with mapping other data gap species this upcoming field season. Discover what invasive plants you should avoid when planning your […]

Data Gap Species Photo Contest!

Data Gap Species Photo Contest!

Each year, WNY PRISM works with partners to develop species priorities lists that help guide management efforts. In addition to identifying early detection and approaching region species, our survey priorities include a list of data gap species. These species are those for which more information is needed regarding presence and distribution within our region. We […]

Rails to Trails Project to Resume This Spring

Rails to Trails Project to Resume This Spring

WNY PRISM is excited to announce the reboot of the Rails to Trails project in conjunction with the Town of Tonawanda. Launched in 2020 and postponed due to the pandemic, the project will use the power of volunteers to map and manage invasive species along the Rails-to-Trails pathway. This pathway is a valuable community resource […]