At MAISRC, the work doesn’t stop when we publish our results in a journal. A key part of our mission is sharing what we’ve learned in ways that are accessible and implementable by the managers, practitioners, and community organizations who need better tools in the fight against AIS.
If you would like a MAISRC researcher to join your lake association meeting or community event, submit your request here:
MAISRC also partners with the University of Minnesota Extension to host citizen science workshops and events through the AIS Detectors program. The events are held throughout the year and are open to the public.
Have a general question about our research or AIS? Use our contact form:
Every fall, MAISRC holds an Aquatic Invasive Species Research and Management Showcase on the St. Paul campus. This is the best opportunity for you to see our labs, hear from our researchers, and learn more about aquatic invasive species.
The AIS Detectors Core Course is an introduction to aquatic invasive species (AIS) science, identification, and surveillance. You will learn how to report invasive species, best practices for preventing the spread of AIS, relevant rules and regulations, and how to search for AIS on your own.