Preventing the spread of invasive species is integral to preserving the natural character of the Adirondacks for generations to come. Raising public awareness of this important environmental issue is key to mitigating the spread and impact of harmful invasive plants and animals. The good news is APIPP has plenty of free educational material available to help spread the word!
The following outreach posters, brochures, and rack cards be used by businesses, not-for-profits, municipalities, schools, and volunteers to connect to the communities they serve while hiking, biking, boating, and fishing in the Adirondacks. Orders and deliveries are available for free to those in the APIPP PRISM service area. For smaller quantities, groups outside of New York State, and for digital use, all of these items are available for free download on APIPP’s Online Resource Library. We aim to deliver materials within 10 – 15 business days.
Support for this project was made possible by the New York State Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. Resources are limited and are first come first served to our best capacity.