Daviess and Martin County CISMA Survey
We are looking to start a Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) here in Daviess and Martin County, but we need your help. CISMAs are grassroots organizations that are formed to tackle invasive species at the local level. They can help partners to prioritize invasive management, cross landownership boundaries to survey and control invasive plants, and provide local education and outreach on invasive species.

Some local invasive species include Bush Honeysuckle, Autumn Olive, Callery (Bradford) Pear, Multiflora Rose, Japanese Honeysuckle, and Emerald Ash Borer.

Please complete this survey to help us understand who is willing and able to participate and what our priorities should be. We are here for YOU!

*Privacy Disclaimer: this information will be only used to help inform the CISMA. It will not be shared publicly nor sold to any third party vendor.

TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF
Question 1 of 12
I would describe myself as (mark all that apply): *
Required
Question 2 of 12
Rank your general knowledge of invasive species in the County. *
None
Very knowledgeable
Question 3 of 12
a. Do you currently manage invasive species on your property or as part of your job?
b. If you answered "yes", what type(s) of invasives do you manage? (Mark all that apply.)
Question 4 of 12
What areas would you be interested in learning to manage for invasives? (Mark all that apply.)
COMMUNITY KNOWLEDGE & AREA INVASIVES
We understand that some survey takers are more aware of local invasive species issues than others. The following questions are optional, so feel free to skip any questions you are unsure how to answer.
Question 5 of 12
5a. Are you aware of any current or past efforts in the area to manage invasives?
5b. If you answered yes, please explain Who, Where, and/or What Species.
Your answer
Question 6 of 12
In your opinion, how aware is the general community of the threat posed by invasives?
Not aware at all
Very Aware
Question 7 of 12
7. Which invasive threats do you see as the biggest problem in our area?
7a. Number 1 (biggest problem)
If you answered other above, please list the species here.
Your answer
7b. Number 2
If you answered other above, please list the species here.
Your answer
7c. Number 3
If you answered other above, please list the species here.
Your answer
Question 8 of 12
8. Which types of invasive species do you think are the biggest problem or threat to our area?
8a. Number 1 (biggest problem)
8b. Number 2
8c. Number 3
8d. Number 4
8e. Number 5
If you listed "Other" or had a specific invasive species of concern, please list them here.
Your answer
PLANNING FOR A CISMA
Question 9 of 12
What activities would you most like to see from a new CISMA? (Mark all that apply)
Question 10 of 12
Please list any public events the CISMA should participate in.
Your answer
Question 11 of 12
As our new CISMA starts, we will be looking for leaders, volunteers, and experts. Mark any of the following that you are able to help with.
Question 12 of 12
12. Please provide your contact info
If you marked any of the boxes in question 11 and would like to help with our new CISMA, or just be added to our email list, please provide your name and contact info so we can reach you:
Name:
Your answer
Affiliation:
Your answer
Email:
Your answer
Phone (optional):
Your answer
Mailing address (optional):
Your answer
Additional comments?
Please feel free to list any additional comments, suggestions, or questions you have.
Your answer
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