Invasive Species in the Eastern Upper Peninsula
The Eastern Upper Peninsula is full of wild scenic places and is host to thousands of tourist each year wishing to experience the place we call home. Preserving those places and keeping them beautiful for generations to come is a huge priority to us.
Invasive species threaten many scenic places and cause loss to native species, change natural habitats, take away wildlife food sources, and cause millions of dollars in economic loss.
CLMCD is proud to be one of the organizations in the EUP fighting the threats of Invasive Species through the Three Shores Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA)
The Three Shores CISMA is a partnership of city, county, state, federal, and tribal officials who have joined together with local citizens, landowners, and not-for-profit groups to manage invasive species throughout Chippewa, Luce, and Mackinac Counties.
CLMCD is the host and fiduciary agent for the Three Shores CISMA. CLMCD is proud to partner with the 41 other partners that make up the Three Shores CISMA.
Visit the Three Shores CISMA Website!