"Protecting Soil & Water for Generations; not only today's generation but future generations."
"Protecting Soil & Water for Generations; not only today's generation but future generations."

Barry-Calhoun-Kalamazoo                           Cooperative Invasive Species                    Management Area

 

 

 

FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT THE

BCK CISMA at:

 

Barry Conservation District

1611 S. Hanover St

Suite 105

(Secretary of State building)
Hastings, MI 49058
Tel. (269) 908-4135
Fax (855) 701-4371
 
Office hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
 
*Our office is a field office and does not have the operational funding necessary to assure that someone is always in the office. As such, please call and make an appointment before stopping in.

 

 

 

 

The Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA). Barry, Calhoun & Kalamazoo (BCK) Counties are in a statewide effort for more effective management of and education about invasive plants and animals through regional community-based collaborations. Thanks to a recent grant award from the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program and support from the MDNR, this three county CISMA is possible.

 

The grant holder, Barry Conservation District, will house a CISMA  invasive strike team to survey, prioritize, and treat the invasive speceis outbreaks of greatest concern. Education will completely free of charge and participation in the CISMA management plan is open to the public.

 

If you would like to join statewide efforts of the CISMA, have an educator give a workshop to your group, or learn more, Please contact the Barry Conservation District.

 

For more information about this and other CISMA's, or to report sightings of invasive species, please visit www.michiganinvasives.org

 

 

KCD Hours

Mon-Thu :

09:00 am - 04:00 pm

Because we are a field office and Fridays are field days, please call BEFORE you visit.

Phone: 269.775.3368

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