We welcome the participation of partner organizations, agencies, and individuals. It is through these partnerships that the framework of the PRISM is developed by assisting with the goals and advising the Capital / Mohawk PRISM.
Most partners are part of the list serve: the Cornell Cooperative Extension Invasive Species Program manages PRISM Listserves.Through the listserve, partners are kept up to date on regional and statewide information regarding invasive species. Partners are also invited to attend any of the PRISM meetings and to serve on any of the committees that focus on a particular initiative or specie.
The Capital/ Mohawk PRISM provides volunteer opportunities to individuals or groups looking to get involved in early detection and locating invasive species. The PRISM uses the iMapInvasives data base system for collecting information and entering data. Trainings are given to prepare volunteers in identification and inventory collection.
Last updated April 3, 2020