The Center develops and utilizes partnerships and information technology to advance invasive species management, integrated pest management, and forest health.
We support efforts to detect pests, respond to new introductions, document changes and manage the health of our ecosystems. Solutions to these problems require collaborations that transcend traditional disciplinary, departmental, institutional and agency approaches, as well as state and national borders.
Forestry Images provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to forest health and silviculture
EDDMapS goal is to maximize the effectiveness and accessibility of the immense numbers of invasive species observations recorded each year
Engaging and empowering the public to help find, map, and prevent invasive species in America's wilderness areas, wild rivers, and other natural areas
Bugwood Wiki was created to be a resource for those needing information on Integrated Pest Management, Invasive Species and Diagnostics
The Center uses science based resources with information technology applications & graphic design tools to provide a wide array of services
Invasive.org provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to identification and management of invasive species
Insect Images provides an archive of high quality images related to insects by taxonomic relationships & the type of damage they cause & their various stages
IPM Images provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to Integrated Pest Management of various commodities
Bugwood Video was started to provide an easily accessible archive of high quality videos for use in educational applications
Bugwood Presents was started to provide an easily accessible archive of high quality presentations for use in educational applications
By providing ready access to relevant information and tools, we empower stakeholders to make cost-effective management decisions that minimize disruptions to non-target organisms in the ecosystem and effectively control pest organisms.
- Developing collaborations among university, state, regional, national and international governmental and non-governmental partners
- Integrating information, conducting applied research and developing programs
- Producing websites, smartphone applications, publications, videos, presentations, and other information technology tools
- Providing a clearinghouse for content and resources
- Conducting outreach and training to promote public awareness
Outreach Presentations in 2020