Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute (MTRI) : Institut de recherche du Mersey Tobeatic

MTRI

MTRI is a non-profit co-operative with a mandate to promote sustainable use of natural resources and biodiversity conservation in the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve and beyond through research, education, and the operation of a field station.

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News & Events
MTRI AGM
March 26th at 11am at Kejimkujik's Visit... more »
2017 Central Woodlands Conference
Saturday, March 25th Maple Ridge Elemen... more »
Nova Scotia Woodlot Owners and Operators Association AGM
Saturday, April 8 For more info visit ... more »
Medway Community Forest Co-operative AGM
Saturday, April 22nd North Queens Busin... more »
Western Woodlot Management Mentorship Field Days!
Saturday, April 29th: With Kevin Veinott... more »
Mentorship field day at Otter Ponds
Saturday, May 13th Roads and bridges. ... more »
Mentorship field day in Sydney
Saturday, June 10th Working with fores... more »

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Invasive Alien Species (IAS) Guide 

In 2012, through the federal government's Invasive Alien Species Partnership Program (IASPP), and in partnership with dozens of organizations and individuals in the Maritimes, MTRI developed a guidebook for Invasive Alien Species in Nova Scotia. These guidebooks are available online (see thumbnails below), or printed forms can be lent from your local library, university, college, or municipal office.  

Remember: Spread the word, not the species! 

 

Back Cover text: 

Invasive Alien Species are a group of species that have been introduced to Nova Scotia by humans and threaten us and the environment. In the last several hundred years, many human-assisted pathways have permitted these introductions, which threaten our province's incredible biodiversity and jeopardize the health and integrity of natural ecosystems. This has, in turn, placed added pressure on our oceans, forests, and watersheds. We all depend on these vital natural resources for our own wellbeing and prosperity; it's in our best interest to take note and to take action. This guidebook outlines some of the impacts and threats presented by these species, and stewardship actions that we can all take to help provide healthy and vibrant ecosystems for future generations.

    

For more information, visit www.invasivespeciesns.ca