The Eastern Lake Ontario Invasive Species Symposium is a biennial event hosted by the St. Lawrence Eastern Lake Ontario Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (SLELO PRISM). It is a professional exchange of information that provides applicable and timely ways to support invasive species prevention and management initiatives while also enhancing the health and resiliency of the natural systems that make the St. Lawrence Eastern Lake Ontario region so special.
Presentation slides, recordings, and resources from each symposium are provided below.
If you find any wild populations of lilies (Lilium canadense, L. michigananse, L. philadelphicum, L. lancifolium) located within St. Lawrence county (or in nearby areas of Franklin or Jefferson counties), please contact me.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Webpage
Emerald Ash Borer Workshop Recordings
Wednesday, June 23rd, 1:40pm- Enhancing Early Detection and Outreach for a Top Priority Invasive Pest-Spotted Lanternfly
Megan Pistolese-SLELO PRISM & Michael Gimbalvo- AGM