Recording Available: 2023 Delta Invasive Species Symposium

A recording of the the 2023 Delta Invasive Species Symposium is now available on our YouTube channel. Presentations explored how connections within and among estuaries impact invasive species movement, how connectivity of different types can both help and hinder invasive species control, and how making connections among disciplines, policies, and actors is critical to effective invasive species management.

Since 2015, the Delta Interagency Invasive Species Coordination (DIISC) Team has organized a biennial Delta Invasive Species Symposium. The symposium is a forum for Delta managers, researchers, and decision-makers to meet, share and synthesize information, and communicate best practices and lessons learned. Click here to learn more about the DIISC Team.

Graphic for the Delta Invasive Species Symposium, Making Connections: Understanding Connectivity in an Invaded Estuary with photos of invasive species and logos for the event co-sponsors: Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy, Delta Stewardship Council, Delta Interagency Invasive Species Coordination Team.
Pictured above from L to R: water hyacinth (photo by Wouter Hagens); overbite clams (photo by USGS); alligatorweed (photo by National Plant Data Center); nutria (photo by CDFW); Southern watersnake (photo by CDFW); Chinese mitten crab (photo by CDFW)