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THE INVADER 2016 (volume 2)
February 11, 2016

THE INVADER newsletter is published by the Alberta Invasive Species Council.  To contact us: email to info@abinvasives.ca or phone 587-999-0954.  You manage your subscription ....... you can stop receiving it by unsubscribing at the bottom ...

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THE INVADER 2016 (volume 1)
January 20, 2016

   2016 is a brand new year!!  The best time to plan for stopping the introduction and spread of invasive species.  This newsletter is published by the Alberta Invasive Species Council.  AISC can be contacted by email: info@a...

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THE INVADER 2015 (Volume 6)
November 09, 2015

   The first snowfall has occurred time to start planning for 2016.  There is lots of work to do to keep Alberta safe from the impacts of invasive species.   Canadian Weed Science Society Annual Conference is coming to Alberta N...

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THE INVADER 2015 (Volume 5)
October 29, 2015

  Our growing season is grinding to a halt and the snow will be flying soon.  Time to review 2015 and make plans for 2016.  If you know of an upcoming event or meeting that AISC should attend ........ Email AISC at info@abinvasives.ca ...

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THE INVADER 2015 (volume 4)
September 03, 2015

  Kids are back to school so it must be fall.  Many plants are mature now and easier to identify.  For invasive plants that rely on seed production, now is the time to clip heads to stop the spread.   Himalayan Balsam would b...

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THE INVADER 2015 (volume 3)
March 04, 2015

March is here and the meeting season is in full swing!!!  So you do not want to miss the 2nd Annual Conference and AGM of the Alberta Invasive Species Council.  Prussian Carp Update As a result of the article in THE INVADER 2015 (volume 2...

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THE INVADER 2015 (volume 2)
February 03, 2015

  The weather is cold but the talk on invasive species is heating up.  AISC is very excited about the 2nd Annual Conference & AGM coming up in March 12th.    We are speaking at the Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council Annual ...

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THE INVADER 2015 (volume 1)
January 08, 2015

     Happy New Year from the Alberta Invasive Species Council.  The Board of Directors and Staff are excited about 2015.  AISC plans to engage more Albertans to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.   ...

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THE INVADER 2014 (volume 6)
September 18, 2014

THE INVADER newsletter is distributed by the Alberta Invasive Species Council (AISC).  The purpose of the newsletter is to keep Albertans informed about invasive species issues and AISC.  If you want to continue receiving this newsletter .....

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THE INVADER 2014 (volume 3)
September 18, 2014

AISC 1st Annual Conference and AGM The registration deadline is Wednesday, March 5th ......... only 2 weeks away!!!!!   Complete your registration online at www.abinvasives.ca or contact us at info@abinvasives.ca for more information.  Re...

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