It’s a new year! How about starting it off with replacing some invasive shrubs with native species? The Knox County CISMA is excited to announce a new Invasive Shrub Replacement Program for this Spring! Remove invasive shrubs and get up to 3 native ones to replace them (as supplies last). You can find more information on this exciting new program […]
The Knox County CISMA is hosting an invasive species removal workday on Saturday, December 12th at the Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous Grounds.Come anytime between 9:00 am-5:00 pm.Enter at the corner of 3rd and Willow St.Please bring work clothes and face masks. Water and tools will be available. See event flyer here.
Our counterparts in Sullivan County are hosting a Indiana Master Naturalist course again this coming year, which is a great course if you are interested in learning more about the natural environment. For more information, check out the flyer here and contact Bill Spurlin (Phone: 812-699-1444, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Knox County Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) is partnering with George Rogers Clark NHP to unveil a new initiative in 2021 called Knox County Goes Native. They are looking for a logo to represent the initiative’s mission and are calling on all local artists, graphic designers, and nature enthusiasts to consider entering. The winning designer will receive a […]
The Knox County Invasive Species Board will be meeting this Wednesday, October 14th at 4 pm at the Knox County Public Library Meeting Room (502 N 7th Street, Vincennes). For more information, contact Will Drews at email@example.com or (812) 882-8210 x 3408.
VINCENNES, Ind.— Japanese Chaff Flower, a perennial invasive weed in the Amaranth family, has invaded some private land near Decker Chapel in southern Knox County. Before now, the Japanese Chaff Flower (or JCF) was localized around the Ohio River Floodplain, with the closest known population in Gibson County. JCF (Achyranthes japonica) can grow up to around 9 ft. tall and […]