Gibson County has an invasive species cooperative partnership with Pike County. You can call our office with any invasive issues you may have on your property. The Pike and Gibson County Soil and Water Conservation Districts have a network of specialists that can help you with your invasive problem. Right now through SICIM (Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasive Management) there are FREE land surveys and site visits available. We have a Regional Specialist, Kaila Knies, that can answer your invasive species questions. Let us know if we can connect you with an expert.
Contact: Kaila Knies, Regional Specialist
Email: email@example.com; Phone 812-631-7913
WHAT IS A CISMA?
A CISMA is a Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area. CISMAs are partnership organizations formed with the goal of managing invasive plants across jurisdictional and landownership boundaries. Partners can include county, state, and federal governmental agencies, non-profits, citizen groups, and others. By working together at the local level, CISMA partners are able to gather resources and knowledge to address mutual invasive species problems. Through this project SICIM will be providing new CISMA resources and guidance. In the meantime, for more information on CISMAs go to https://www.mipn.org/cwma-resources/.