We work to promote behavior change that reduces the human-caused spread of invasive species.
Robert Wiltshire founded the Invasive Species Action Network in 2008 realizing that the current efforts to address the aquatic invasive species problem fell short. With a well-rounded career conducting wild trout studies for the state of Montana for over 15 years, small-business entrepreneur in recreation and hobbies, and conservation non-profit manager for more than a decade, Bob navigated his role as executive director with ease. He played key roles in the management of invasive species over the years including serving on the Montana’s Whirling Disease Task Force, co-authoring the Western States New Zealand Mud Snail Management plan and serving on the National Invasive Species Advisory Committee to the White House. In 2019, Bob retired from ISAN to pursue his personal goals and hobbies.
We consider ourselves lucky to have board members who are active in our local community and interested in helping us to get the word out about preventing the spread of invasive species.
- Brant Oswald, Chair
- Todd Wester, Secretary
- Dale Sexton, Director
- Deb Earl, Director
- Wendy Weaver, Director
Interested in getting involved? Volunteer opportunities change depending on the location and time of year.
ISAN attends a variety of events, depending on the time of year. No specific skills are required, but an interest in the subject of the event you attend is helpful.
If you’re interested in any of our programs, feel free to reach out to learn how you can help!