Interested in learning about what other regions of New York State are focused on in terms of invasive species management? How do those priorities and species of concern match up with what we are focused on in the lower Hudson Valley? Come join Trail Conference Invasive Species Citizen Science Coordinator, Brent Boscarino, who will be discussing statewide species of concern as part of New York State's Invasive Species Awareness Week's webinar series.
Learn more about many of the prominent invasive species of concern across the state of New York to help us keep an eye out for them! Each of the 8 NYS Partnerships for Regional Invasive Species Managements (PRISMs), including the Lower Hudson PRISM, has selected a focal species to highlight that is either of a management priority or unique in some way to that PRISM region. The focal species that will be discussed are: black jetbead, emerald ash borer, European frog bit, Hydrilla, jumping worms, mile-a-minute, hardy kiwi and water chestnut. The webinar will primarily be a combination of informational slides, field ID videos filmed by PRISM staff/partners and discussion. The event will run as both a 1pm and repeat 7pm live streamed webinar.
June 8th, 2021 7:00 PM through 8:00 PM
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