Below is a link to the Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space website. This is a great resource with lots of information on invasive species, eradication, and much more!
Below is a link to the New Jersey Legislative Bill that “Prohibits sale, distribution, or propagation of certain invasive plant species without permit from Department of Agriculture; establishes NJ Invasive Species Council.”
Below is a link to a Rutgers article detailing steps that can help you to incorporate native plants into your residential landscape.
Below is a link to a New Jersey Spotlight News article discussing the bill that would monitor invasive plants and ban them from being sold.
Additionally, below is a link to an article published by the New Jersey Monitor discussing the advancement of the bill, and the revival of the statewide invasive species council.
Below is a link from the Penn State Extension Group on how to control Japanese Knotweed in Parks and Landscapes.
Seminar: Controlling Japanese Knotweed
Below are additional resources that were used in the Penn State Seminar.
Below is a link to the website BirdCast, which allows you to track bird migration all over the country. To learn more about the website, or the project itself, please also see the video from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology attached below!
Below is a link to Michael Van Clef’s presentation covering the dangers of invasive species, and what can be done to stop them. Also linked is a “Do Not Plant” list of invasive plants, most of which are extremely common and available for purchase.
Do Not Plant: Invasive Plant List
Tama Matsuoka Wong’s Ted Talk on how she turns weeds into a viable food option:
ChangeFood- Tama Matsukoa Wong
Please visit the link below to learn more about local pests and diseases!
Department of Agriculture Pests and Diseases
Click the link to learn more about the impact that the Spotted Lantern Fly has on our environment:
Also see the article (or link) below on how to build your own Spotted Lantern Fly trap!