The CISMA received roughly $40,000 through an EPA pass through grant with EGLE. The two year project, starting in 2022, will focus on early detection and rapid response survey and treatment for European frog-bit within Lake St. Clair coastal and connecting tributary habitats. To learn more about European frog-bit, click here.
The LSC CISMA submitted a 2022-2024 United States Forest Service Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Cooperative Weed Management Area (USFS GLRI CWMA) proposal under its fiduciary Six Rivers Land Conservancy for the continued treatment of invasive species and native seed restoration along the Red Run Drain. The requested $50,000 was awarded in October 2021 and the project will commence in March 2022.