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Oct 09

Friday Feast! 9 October 2015

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! We told you about invasive Lionfish genetics last week; this week, they’re ready to start eating them in Mississippi Florida’s Python Challenge 2016 is open for registration (direct link here) Queen Elizabeth still enjoys a good Lamprey pie Calgary considering goats to control invasive plants

Aug 28

Friday Feast! August 28, 2015

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet. Bloomberg showed off some tasty looking invasive dishes And BoingBoing highlighted invasive species as guilt-free eating Columbians attempting to control Lionfish with fork and knife (tenedor y cuchillo) In Reno, Nevada, invasive fish are ending up on the plates of the poor and homeless A New …

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Aug 14

Friday Feast! August 14, 2015

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! Outdoorhub challenges you to do your part eating invasive species, featuring feral pigs, Asian Carp, and other species we have profiled on invasivore.org KCET looks at the tastiest invasive fish in California Lionfish: Successful derby in Sarasota, FL; coverage of eating lionfish here and here …

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May 08

Friday Feast! May 8, 2015

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! Another week, another Lionfish tournament. The Lionfish has quickly become the poster child for the invasivore movement. This hiking season, wash your boots so you don’t help spread invasive species We’ve eaten worms before. Here’s a nice feature on invasive earthworms in Alberta, Canada Garlic …

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May 01

Friday Feast! May 1, 2015

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! Invasivore editor Sean Hoban has released a study improving application of genetic tools to study invasions More Lionfish news! They’ve appeared in Brazil. Genetic studies suggest multiple points of origin for the Atlantic invasion. And a workshop in Florida will teach you how to hunt …

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Jan 23

Friday Feast! January 23, 2015

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! Eating Lionfish in Florida It would seem like the spread of introduced and invasivorous Kudzu bug would be welcome, but they stink, and when invasive kudzu isn’t plentiful, they’ll also happily eat agricultural crops like soybean Invasivore goats in California

Oct 31

Friday Feast! October 31, 2014

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! Another reason to fire up the grill: invasive pigs may ruin Halloween Serving up wild pigs in Florida Fighting to eat Asian carps in Illinois And Missouri, too Chinese delegates showing interest in an Illinois Asian carp processing plant (although it apparently stinks) Invasivore movement …

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Oct 10

Friday Feast! October 10, 2014

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! By all accounts, the Institute for Applied Ecology’s Eradication by Mastication event was a success (more coverage here) A bright idea for controlling invasive applesnails in Louisiana Restaurants serving Lionfish in Florida And they’re serving up Asian Carp in Missouri As usual, we love invasivore goats

Sep 12

Friday Feast! September 12, 2014

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! Chef Johnny Blancher at Ye Olde College Inn is cooking up invasive species in New Orleans Coasta Rica advocating invasivores eat Lionfish Cultivating invaders is definitely not part of the invasivore strategy Invasivore goats in Minnesota Texans have a new phone app to help identify invasive …

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Jun 13

Friday Feast! 13 June 2014

Eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! Eating dandelions to beat them this summer on NPR (and see our recipe for dandelion green salad) Feral hog eradication efforts are working in New Mexico Wisconsin DNR wants help detecting garlic mustard invasions Invasivore goats and a good pun? Love it. Students in Wisconsin participate …

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