Invasive Species Action Network

 

dedicated to reducing the human caused spread of invasive species

 

Volunteer

Industry Outreach

Professional services

What We Do

We provide solutions to invasive species problems by working with the public, private industry, and government entities. We focus on scientific research, education and outreach programs, and policy development. 

Thank you for your interest in helping to stop the spread of invasive species. With your help and support, together we can make a real difference.

Featured Programs

Virtual Field Day

A four-module virtual classroom event that dives deeper into our aquatic environment.

Arbor Day Online

This four-module classroom experience guides you through the threat of invasive species to our forests.

Professional Services

We provide a full-suite of professional services to assist you with your agency or business need.

Education video series

Quick takes on invasive species and experts explain their invasive species work in more detail. 

don't let it loose pet outreach

Coordinating with states to publicize  rehoming options for pet owners.

nonmotorized boater outreach

Engaging non-motorized boaters to help prevent the spread of invasives. 

forest pest outreach

Fly anglers tying fly patterns to bring awareness to terrestrial invasives.

Felt Regulations

Check out our latest summary of felt regulations from around the country.

cleaning stations

Traveling anglers can use any of these boot cleaning station locations throughout the West.

Forest pest fly tying

Watch experienced fly tiers tying invasive forest pests and learn about the invasive in the process.

Virtual Classroom

Even more resources to help you learn about invasives and the world around you.

Our Partners 

WRP

Invasive Species Prevention Pledge

15 + 2 =

Invasive species pose one of the greatest threats to biodiversity today, but preventing their spread is easy. This pledge provides the on-ramp for people everywhere to be part of the solution in preventing the spread of invasive species.

- Leah Elwell, ISAN Executive Director