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Leigh Greenwood, Coalitions and Networks Manager

Leigh The Nature Conservancy is only one piece of a huge puzzle in the fight against invasive species.

As the Coalitions and Networks Manager for the Global Invasive Species Team, I work with a diverse group of private industry leaders, academic organizations, non-profits and our colleagues at state chapters of The Nature Conservancy to combat existing invasions and prevent future invasions from occurring. By bringing these voices together and keeping the lines of communication open, the interests of all the different groups can be heard, respected, and our common interests can be advanced.

I started with the Global Invasive Species Team in December of 2007 and my work so far has concentrated on bringing groups together to aid in the prevention of entry and spread by invasive plant pests and diseases in North America. As the newest member of this dynamic team, I can expect that my scope of efforts will expand into many different taxa and I look forward to potentially working with aquatics and international efforts.

Leigh Greenwood
Global Invasive Species Team
The Nature Conservancy
4245 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203-1606

Conservation stories
Invasive species management is not impossible. Read these success stories and be inspired.
Assessments and regional plans
Assessments of invasive species issues for various operating units in The Nature Conservancy.
1998-99 survey
Learn about our 1999 survey--a snapshot of invasive species issues across all of The Nature Conservancy.
Contact us
Address information to help you contact GIST staff.


Other site resources

Weed Information Management System (WIMS)
A fully-integrated hardware and software application for mapping invasives and tracking management actions.
Remote sensing
A review of remote sensing technology, as applied to invasive species detection and mapping.
Templates and examples
Adaptive management planning tools such as model plans for sites, weed control templates, etc. Very useful!
Invasive species learning networks
Learn about Invasive Species Networks that help promote best practices for invasive species abatement among staff in The Nature Conservancy, partner agencies, and other organizations.
Listserves
Join our listserve to voice your frustrations and trumpet your successes.



Updated March 2008
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