The Partners of the Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM) are groups, organizations, institutions, agencies, or individuals involved with invasive species in the Lower Hudson valley region. Partners may be involved in education or outreach about invasive species, management of invasive species, surveying and mapping of invasive species, or researching invasive species.
If you are interested in becoming a partner, please visit Join the Lower Hudson PRISM.
Current Partners - 1/23/2020
Audubuon NY / Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary
Bedford Audubon Society
Black Rock Forest Consortium
The Bronx River Parkway Reservation Conservancy
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Cornell Cooperative Extension – Dutchess County
Cornell Cooperative Extension – Putnam County
Cornell Cooperative Extension – Rockland County
Ecological Research Institute
The Fresh Air Fund / Sharpe Reservation
Friends of the Great Swamp
The Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct
Green Chimneys Children's Services
Hudson Highlands Land Trust
Jay Heritage Center
Mianus River Gorge, Inc.
The Native Plant Center, a program of Westchester Community College Foundation
Natural Areas Conservancy
The New York Botanical Garden
New York City Department of Environmental Protection
New York City Department of Parks & Recreation
New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
New York Restoration Project
Northeast Aquatic Research
North Salem Open Land Foundation
PLAN it WILD
The Pound Ridge Land Conservancy Inc.
Randall's Island Park Alliance
Rye Nature Center
Saw Mill River Audubon
Scenic Hudson, Inc.
SOLitude Lake Management
Suburban Native LLC
Teatown Lake Reservation
Terrapin Tree Care
The Invasives Project - Pound Ridge
Three Arrows Cooperative
Town of New Castle Conservation Board
Trillium Invasive Species Management, Inc.
Van Cordlandt Park Alliance
Village of Tuxedo Park
Wallkill Valley Land Trust
Wave Hill Inc.
Westchester County Parks, Recreation, Conservation
Westchester Land Trust
Westchester Parks Foundation
Winnakee Land Trust
Partners listed in bold are elected members of the Steering Committee.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Region 2
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Region 3 – Lands & Forests
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historical Preservation
Orange County Land Trust
Rockefller State Park Preserve