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Invasive Species Removal: Train-the-Trainer

  • Saturday, October 19, 2019, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Invasive species are here! They are the plants, insects, animals and/or pathogens that are not native to our region. Since these invasive species generally do not have natural enemies in their new location, some of the more troublesome often cause extensive damage to the local environment and our economy. Some can also be a threat to human health.

In Greene County, our Master Volunteer networks that help with identification and eradication require an understanding of management options and control strategies to better share information and resources with the community. Learn the latest strategies in invasive species removal in our region. We will focus on accessible invasive species in Siuslaw Model Forest as well as a refresher of other common or newly arriving species that are high priorities for your role as educators.

Organizations and agencies represented at this event include the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership, the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development, as well as Cornell Cooperative Extension staff.

Registration deadline: October 18

Register for Invasive Species Removal: Train-the-Trainer online or call 518-622-9820.

Fee

Free

Contact

Connor Young
Team Leader, Environment and Natural Resources
chy32@cornell.edu
518-622-9820 x113

Location

Agroforestry Resource Center (Business Office)
6055 Route 23
Acra, New York 12405

Last updated October 11, 2019