MRWC Conservation Innovation Grant Project
One of the goals of this project was to investigate and demonstrate the use of innovative technologies and approaches to address the natural resource conservation concern of invasive species management in the Missouri River Watershed region.
After 15 years as a successful western regional hub for invasive species expertise, and interagency project collaboration, the Center for Invasive Species Management closed its doors on June 30, 2015.
We thank the numerous partners, individuals, agencies, and organizations whose support enabled CISM to thrive for many years.
Please note that this website now serves as an archive of CISM's projects and resources. It is no longer updated or maintained.
CISM presented a three-part invasive plant management technical webinar series in March 2013. The free webinars provided local, state, and federal agency land managers and other land management personnel with science-based information on the technical merits of herbicides and other control methods.Click here to view the recorded webinars.
Mapping Invasive Species in Montana
A comprehensive guide to using EDDMapS West. Android and iPhone versions available.
EDDMapS West Training Webinar
Watch a recording of the
August 2013 webinar.
Wild habitats are at risk from invasive species that we are bringing into our public lands (via Insight Creative Independent).
Free Online Invasive Plant
Developed by Montana State University Extension.
Sportsman's Guide to Invasive Species
Learn how invasive species affect all sportsmen.
Sportsman's Fight Against Invasives Video Series
A collaboration between CISM, MRWC, and Wild Dakota TV.