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  • What Can You Do?: Avoid
    the plant you want whether native or exotic is not invasive Ask about non invasive alternatives for your garden Keep wildlife wild don t approach wildlife with food or release exotic pets and aquarium fish into the wild Avoid transporting invasive species Seeds of invasive plants and immature stages of insects are easily moved from place to place on hiking boots car tires pants cuffs and camping or recreational gear

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  • What Can You Do?: Learn
    Information and Resources What is an Invasive Species What Can You Do Avoid Learn Remove Inform Resources Invasive species spread in many ways often helped unintentionally by people You can slow the spread of invasive species and prevent new invasions by being an aware responsible and vocal steward of your own property Scout for invasive species Learn which plants and animals are problems in Maryland so you can recognize them

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  • What Can You Do?: Remove
    Inform Resources Invasive species spread in many ways often helped unintentionally by people You can slow the spread of invasive species and prevent new invasions by being an aware responsible and vocal steward of your own property Remove invasive species before they become a problem The best way to control invasives is through early detection and rapid response Pull cut spray or deadhead problem plants before they go to seed

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  • What Can You Do?: Inform
    What is an Invasive Species What Can You Do Avoid Learn Remove Inform Resources Invasive species spread in many ways often helped unintentionally by people You can slow the spread of invasive species and prevent new invasions by being an aware responsible and vocal steward of your own property Spread the word Invasive species have environmental economic and social impacts for all of us Report your observations to appropriate state

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  • Resources: Printed Resources
    Chesapeake Bay Bright Chris and Linda Starke 1998 Life Out of Bounds Bioinvasion in a Borderless World W W Norton Worldwatch Brooklyn Botanic Garden 1996 Invasive Plants Weeds of the Global Garden Brooklyn Botanic Garden 1000 Washington Avenue Brooklyn NY 11225 Brown Lauren 1979 Grasses An Identification Guide Boston Houghton Mifflin Devine Robert S 1998 Alien Invasion America s Battle with Non Native Animals and Plants National Geographic Society Washington DC Luken James O and John W Thieret eds 1997 Assessment and Management of Plant Invasions Springer Verlag New York NY McKnight Bill N ed 1993 Biological Pollution The Control and Impact of Invasive Exotic Species Indianapolis Academy of Science Indianapolis IN Miller James H 2003 Nonnative invasive plants of southern forests a field guide for identification and control Gen Tech Rep SRS 62 U S Department of Agriculture Forest Service Southern Research Station Asheville NC Mooney Harold A and Richard J Hobbs eds 2000 Invasive Species in a Changing World Island Press Washington D C Newcomb Lawrence 1977 Newcomb s Wildflower Guide Little Brown and Co Boston Massachusetts Petrides G A 1988 A Field Guide to Eastern Trees Peterson Field Guide Series No 11 Houghton Mifflin Boston Swearingen J

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  • Resources: Web Sites
    of Conservation InvasivePlants org Invasivespecies gov Invasive Species Information Node Maryland Native Plant Society Mid Atlantic Exotic Pest Plant Council Inc Missouri Department of Conservation National Agricultural Pest Information System National Invasive Species Information Center National Park Service The Nature Conservancy Wildland Invasive Species Program New Pest Detections in Maryland Nurseries Pest Threats University of Maryland Plant Conservation Alliance Alien Plant Working Group Plants for a Livable Delaware Southeast Exotic

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  • Resources: For Educators
    Resources What is an Invasive Species What Can You Do Resources Printed Resources Web Sites For Educators National Park Service Invasive Plants Curriculum National Wildlife Refuge System Free electronic field trip Invasive Species America s Least Wanted The Center for

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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
    Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Adelges tsugae Aphid like insect native to east Asia now infesting hemlocks from New England to Georgia Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release March 2003 US Forest Service Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Website Hemlock Wooly Adelgid Invasive org Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Pest Alert USDA Forest Service Related PDF

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