• The-Adirondacks

    The Adirondacks

    There are few other opportunities in conservation to protect
    a wild landscape of this scale from invasive species.
  • Partners

    Power Through Partnerships

    Collaborating with more than 30 cooperating organizations,
    and hundreds of volunteers to protect the Adirondack region from
    the negative impacts of non-native invasive species.
  • Innovation-&-Adaptive-Change

    Innovation & Adaptive Change

    Using the latest science and technology
    to increase conservation impact.

Our Mission

Protect the Adirondack region from the negative impacts of invasive species.

What are invasive species?

Invasive species have been called the bullies of the natural world. They’re plants, and they’re insects. They’re fish, and they’re animals. They’re all sorts of living things that are not native to our region and cause significant harm.

100000+

Miles Surveyed

500+

Volunteers Trained

1000+

Infestations Managed

200

Sites Restored

Invasive Species Affect Us All

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Upcoming Events

How to Survey for Late Season High Priority Aquatic Species, Hydrilla and Starry Stonewort

  • Start: 12:00:PM
  • Online Training Hosted by the Finger Lakes PRISM

Family Adventures: Invasive Plants and Animals in the Adirondacks

  • Start: 09:30:AM
  • Online Workshop Hosted by APIPP & the Visitor Information Center at Paul Smiths College