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Finger Lakes PRISM 5-year Strategic Plan!

FLPRISM Invasive Species Strategic Plan

The FL-PRISM is happy to announce the completion of our 5-year strategic plan which describes seven high priority goals, objectives, strategies, outcomes, and outputs that the FL-PRISM and its partners will further over the next five years.

This plan was prepared by Hilary R Mosher, Invasive Species Coordinator, Finger Lakes-Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management with contributions and review by Dr. Lisa B. Cleckner, Director, Finger Lakes Institute and the Steering Committee of the FL-PRISM.
Funding for the FL-PRISM is provided through the New York State (NYS) Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) and administered as a contract through the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC) to Hobart and William Smith Colleges.


A special thanks to

The New York State Legislature for supporting this program through the NYS EPF; The Finger Lakes Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges for their support, guidance, and willingness to serve as host organization; The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Invasive Species Coordination Unit who provide guidance and support; Sharon Anderson who served as facilitator to the Steering Committee for the creation of this document; all our Finger Lakes and New York State partners who contribute to the success of the FL-PRISM through their participation and collaboration to #stoptheinvasion of invasive species in our Finger Lakes region.

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