Advisory Board

  • Raspberries and other soft fruits are vulnerable to spotted wing drosophilia Drosophilia suzuki
    Raspberries and other soft fruits are vulnerable to spotted wing drosophila.

The Minnesota Invasive Terrestrial Plants and Pests Center is advised by a 12 scientists, adminstrators, and land managers who have an expertise in terrestrial invasive species and related policy issues. The advisory board plays a key role in reviewing and approving policy documents related to the Center and its operation. The advisory board also develops strategic activities to ensure the longevity of the Center beyond its initial eight years of funding. 

  • Nan Bailly
  • James Bradeen
  • James Calkins
  • Neal Feeken
  • Vince Fritz
  • David Kee
  • Shefali Mehta
  • Bob Owens
  • Ann Pierce
  • Bob Stine
  • Kelsey Wenner
  • Brian Buhr - ex officio
  • Greg Cuomo - ex-officio