Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program (MISGP) TS-CISMA Management of Top Priority Invasive Species in the EUP
The Three Shores CISMA will provide prevention, detection, eradication, and control of invasive species through outreach, education, and strategic control efforts. A minimum of 350 acres of invasive species will be treated with over 90 miles of shoreline and 700 acres surveyed and monitored in the Eastern Upper Peninsula.
US Forest Service Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Cooperative Weed Management Area (USFS GLRI CWMA) North Country Trail Initiative
Three Shores Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) will complete mapping and control of 1,155 acres of invasive species along 77 miles NCT through Chippewa and Luce Counties. Additionally, 20 acres of native plant restoration will occur along the trail as well as 6 permanent boot brush stations established to educate and discourage spread.
US Forest Service (USFS) Non-native Invasive Species Management in the Eastern Upper Peninsula Cooperative Weed Management Area
Through this agreement, the Three Shores CISMA will control Non-native Invasive Species in the east zone of the Hiawatha National Forest to prevent unwanted impacts on endangered species such as the piping plover and Pitcher's thistle.
Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program (MISGP) Three Shores CISMA 2019 Core Functions Initiative
Three Shores CISMA 2019 Core Functions Initiative will provide essential staffing to carry out operations and management activities to meet the 2016-2021 Three Shores CISMA Strategic Plan. Activities include providing invasive species expertise and leadership to the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
US Forest Service Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Cooperative Weed Management Area (USFS GLRI CWMA) Three Shores CISMA Inland Lakes Initiative
Three Shores Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) will map 20 EUP inland lakes, a combined 26,255 acres and 121 miles of shoreline, for top priority invasive species and perform all necessary management.
Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program (MISGP) Life After Phragmites: Wetland Restoration and Landowner Stewardship Subaward from the Upper Peninsula Resource Conservation and Development Council (UPRCD)
The Three Shores CISMA will assist the UPRCD in developing a strategic plan for the control and management of Phragmites in the Upper Peninsula.