The mission of Huron Coastal Invasive Species Network is to engage communities and lead them in a strategic, coordinated approach to invasive species management including awareness, prevention, control and restoration across Northeast Michigan’s Lake Huron coastal region. Huron Coastal Invasive Species Network serves Alcona, Alpena, Cheboygan, Iosco and Presque Isle counties.

2023 Strategic Plan (.pdf)

Hours of operation

Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm
122 W Chisholm St. Alpena, MI 49707
(989) 448-2293
Amber Hubbard, Huron Coastal ISN Coordinator, ext. 23

Our priority species

Read about priority species in our ‘Take on Invasives’ series:
Eurasian phragmites
Japanese knotweed
European frog-bit
Japanese barberry
MISIN educational module:
Baby’s breath

Steering Committee

Steve Woods, Conservation Stewardship Director, Huron Pines
Emily Johnson, Water Resources Specialist, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
Catherine Stedman, Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary Board
Heather Rawlings, Biologist, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Greg Norwood, Ecologist, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Cody Stevens, Unit Manager, Atlanta Forest Management Unit
Nathan Payne, Director, Iosco Conservation District
Kim Steinberger, Project Manager, The Nature Conservancy
Ayden Ehgotz, Conservation Coordinator for Eastern Lower Peninsula, Michigan Nature Association
Brandon Schroeder, Senior Extension Educator, Michigan Sea Grant
Brittany VanderWall, Senior Forestry Manager Midwest, American Forest Foundation

Interested in supporting our work? Sign this letter and add your organization to our list of partners.

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