NEWS & UPDATES
CRISP partners represent diverse stakeholders throughout the Catskill Mountain Region.
Our mission is to promote education, prevention, early detection and control of invasive species to limit their impact on the ecosystems and economies of the Catskills.
We are one of eight Partnerships for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM) in New York State.
Youth Poster Contest Winners Announced!
Welcome, 2014 Interns!
Our new Outreach and Biological Control Assistants, Lucy Potter and Dan Snider, have now started working with us in our Arkville offices. Learn more about them (and the rest of our CRISP/Catskill Center staff) here!
They are as excited as we are for the year ahead!
Above Molly Marquand, CRISP Coordinator, helps to remove Giant Hogweed in Sullivan County. Giant Hogweed is an invasive plant which can cause severe burns, making it one of our top priority species. Click here to find out more.
Thanks to the New York Environmental Protection Fund
as adminstered by the NYS Department
of Environmental Conservation
CRISP and its partners are able to defend the Catskills
Learn about the Agricultural Pests in the Catskills!