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Guided Forest Pest Walk & Talk-Trenton Greenbelt

March 7 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Free and open to the public

When: Saturday, March 7th 10:30am-12pm

Where: Trenton Greenbelt Trail System, 7905 Wood Rd, Holland Patent, NY 13354

Register: CLICK HERE  or copy URL into browser

Meet up instructions: Meet at the Trenton Greenbelt trail parking lot Click for trail map

Dress for winter weather, bring good warm winter boots and if needed snowshoes.

Participants are encouraged to create a free iMapInvasives user account and download their mobile app prior to attending,

see below for details. 

An invasive insect called Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) kills hemlock trees. Hemlocks are a key tree species, and loss of hemlock populations would dramatically reduce the overall health of our forests. YOU can help protect Trenton Greenbelt from HWA!
Join The Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust and SLELO-PRISM for a guided hike and learn about:
  • Hemlock Tree Identification and Ecology
  • Introduction to Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
  • HWA Early Detection Survey Techniques
  • Reporting Observations Using iMapInvasives Mobile App
  • Help strengthen early detection efforts for invasive species

Dress for cold and snow!

Attendees are encouraged to make a free iMapInvasives user account and download the iMap mobile app prior to attending the hike. By searching for and reporting observations, volunteers aid a state-wide effort to monitor for and manage HWA.

Before attending the hike please follow the below steps to set up a free iMapInvasives user account.


If you have a mobile device, follow these additional steps:

  • Download the iMapInvasives mobile app in the google play or the app store onto your mobile device
  • Visit your email and find the iMapInvasive user account confirmation email and open it to confirm your account
  • Sign onto the IMapInvasives mobile app using the credentials you made on the iMap Website
  • We will show you how to use the mobile app at the training here is a guide for reference
  • For those using the online version here are instructions and SLELO PRISM hosts trainings on how to use the iMap desktop version in the spring and there are other trainings available at



March 7
10:30 am - 12:00 pm


Trenton Greenbelt Trail
7905 Wood Rd
, Holland Patent, new york 13354

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