Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas (CISMAs) are partnerships of groups and individuals that work to address invasive species impacts on the environment, economy and human health within a defined region. By collaborating across jurisdictional boundaries, CISMAs work to leverage resources and overcome challenges associated with the prevention, early detection, response and control of invasive species. Each CISMA is governed by a steering committee and priorities identified within a strategic plan.
Contact your local CISMA if you have questions about invasive species or if you are interested in becoming involved in efforts to prevent and control invasive species in your community.
- View CISMA locations as a list
If you are having trouble viewing the map, you can view the CISMA locations as a list.
- Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) Task Force
- Center for Exotic Species at Michigan Technological University
- Great Lakes Commission (GLC)
- Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN)
- Great Lakes Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species
- Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative (GLPC)
- Michigan Invasive Species Coalition (MISC)
- Michigan Sea Grant
- Michigan State University's Integrated Pest Management
- Midwest Invasive Plant Network (MIPN)
- Midwest Invasive Species Information Network (MISIN)
- Michigan Natural Features Inventory (MNFI)
- National Association of Invasive Plant Councils (NAIPC)
- North American Invasive Species Network (NAISN)
- The Stewardship Network (TSN)