Our Service Area
The Lake St. Clair Cooperative Invasive Species Management area encompasses Macomb and St. Clair counties in southeastern lower Michigan. Visit the Michigan Invasive Species Coalition to find your local CISMA and learn how invasive species issues are being managed statewide.
The LSC CISMA prioritizes outreach, education, and management of certain invasive species with high potential for negative impacts. These include: invasive Phragmites, Black Swallow-wort, Pale Swallow-wort, Japanese knotweed, Giant knotweed, European frog-bit, and Flowering rush. The CISMA is also on high alert for state watch list species like Spotted Lanternfly, Red Swamp Crayfish, and Water Lettuce.