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Bioinvasion: More Info


Think you've found an invasive?
Here are some places to contact in your state.

Aquatic or terrestrial invasive plants anywhere in New England:

IPANE (Invasive Plant Atlas of New England)
http://invasives.eeb.uconn.edu/ipane

Maine:

Maine's website for terrestrial invasive species:
www.state.me.us/agriculture/pi/

Or call:
Ann Gibbs, State Horticulturist
Maine Deptartment of Agriculture
tel. (207) 287-7602
email: Ann.Gibbs@Maine.gov

Maine's website for aquatic invasive species:
www.maine.gov/dep/blwq/topic/invasives/

Or call:
Paul Gregory, Environmental Specialist
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
tel (207) 287-6961
email: Paul.Gregory@Maine.gov

Maine's website for insect invasive species:
www.maine.gov/doc/mfs/idmhome.htm

Or call:
Don Ouellette, Forest Entomologist
Maine Forest Service, Insect and Disease Laboratory
50 Hospital Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Tel 207 287-3431
email: don.ouellette@maine.gov

New Hampshire

New Hampshire’s website for aquatic invasive species:
www.des.state.nh.us/wmb/exoticspecies

New Hampshire website for terrestrial invasive plant and insect species:
agriculture.nh.gov

New Hampshire website for invasive insects:
www.nhdfl.org
NH Division of Forests and Lands
Forest Health Program
603-271-7858
email: jbofinger@dred.state.nh.us

Vermont

Vermont's website for invasive aquatics:
www.vtwaterquality.org/lakes.htm
or 802-241-3777

For Vermont invasive terrestrial and insect species:
A website is currently under construction and should be available in March. This site will be available through state ag website (www.vermontagriculture.com).

Or contact: Bonnie MacCulloch
State Pest Survey Coordinator
Cooperative Agriculture Pest Survey Program
Vermont Agency of Agriculture
Plant Industries Division
116 State St., Drawer 20
Montpelier, VT 05620
Office Phone: (802) 828-1246
Office Fax: (802) 828-1410
email: bmac@agr.state.vt.us

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