Keweenaw Invasive Species Management Area

Information about the invasive species partnership for Houghton, Keweenaw, and Baraga Counties.

KISMA receives a Michigan Invasive Species Grant!

Reinvigorating KISMA: Improved Collaborative Planning and Control of Invasive Species.

Memorandum of Understanding (expired)

Draft MOU for 2018 to 2023

2017 KISMA Report

2016 KISMA Report

2015 KISMA Report

2014 KISMA Report

2013 KISMA Report

2013 Annual Operating Plan

2012 KISMA Accomplishments

2012 Plan of Work

Meeting notes



Participating agreement between the Ottawa National Forest and Michigan Technological University (2017 to 2019).  This agreement includes funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Joint Chiefs Landscape Restoration Partnership.  Modification #1.

Participating agreement between the Ottawa National Forest and Houghton Keweenaw Conservation District (2012 to 2017).  Supplemental Project Agreement #1 (2012 & 2013).  Modification #1Modification #2 (2014 to 2017).

Draft maps showing known locations of selected invasive plants from Houghton & Keweenaw Counties
(Compiled by Janet Marr, 10 March 2011).

Slide Show (3/14/2011): Why Form a Cooperative?

Upper Peninsula Cooperative Weed Management Areas 

List of invasive plant educational materials.


Invasive Plant Workshops 2011


For more information, contact either:

Dr. Sigrid Resh, KISMA Coordinator
Jill Fisher, Botanist and Educator
Office 116 Forestry Bldg.
Michigan Technological University
Hoguhton, MI 49931
office: 906-487-1139



Ian Shackleford, Botanist
Ottawa National Forest
E6248 US 2
Ironwood, MI 49938
(906) 932-1330 x331