Join us on January 4th, 2024 1 PM- 2:15 PM to learn what invasive species to keep an eye out for in the new year.
Continuing Education Credits Awarded:
SAF Category 1: 1 credit
Master Naturalist: 1 hour
ISA: BCMA Science:0.75; Certified Arborist: 1.25; Practice:0.5
Invasive species like spotted lanternfly, elm zigzag sawfly, box tree moth, and beech leaf disease are not yet considered to be well established in the St. Lawrence Eastern Lake Ontario Region, as well as in other parts of New York State. Detecting the presence of invasive species before their populations grow or spread helps to reduce their impacts. You can help aid early detection efforts by learning how to recognize these invasive species and joining early detection efforts occurring in the region and across the state. Hear from experts with the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets, and the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation to learn about these species, as well as, from SLELO PRISM on how you can aid early detection efforts in the SLELO region and beyond.
This webinar is hosted by the St. Lawrence Eastern Lake Ontario Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (SLELO PRISM) and presented by:
SLELO PRISM Partner Meeting Schedule: Our partners have decided to meet on a seasonal/quarterly basis. We will meet the third week of these months: January, April, July, and October alternating between Wednesdays and Thursdays, starting at 10 am.
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Save the Date for 2023 Partner Meetings:
Thursday, October 12th
Keewaydin State Park – Marina Pavilion, 10 am-12 pm 45165 State Route 12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
The PRISM Network hosts a monthly Speaker Series on the last Wednesday of each month (except, July, August, and December).
iMapInvasives holds training webinars after the PRISM Speaker Series from 1 pm-2 pm. Visit the iMap website for details and to register.
View Events Pages of the PRISM Network