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“The Importance of Early Detection” Workshop on imminent invaders & the technology to fight them iCal

Friday, May 2 2014 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

“The Importance of Early Detection” 
Workshop on imminent invaders & the technology to fight them
Friday, May 2nd from 3:00-4:30pm
Bailey’s Harbor Town Hall

You know Garlic Mustard, and Phragmites is old news. But what about some of the early detection invasive species that haven’t yet reached Northern Wisconsin, or occur in very small patches in Door County? Prevention and eradication of satellite populations are the easiest to control and the least costly.  Join The Ridges Sanctuary and the Door County Invasive Species Team as they host Anthony Summers, Weed Scientist with the University of Wisconsin Extension, and learn to identify early detection invasive plants. Anthony will give a hands-on workshop demonstrating the latest online resources, like the Great Lakes Early Detection Network (GLEDN), and provide instruction on techno-tools like mapping invasive species establishment using your smartphone.  This workshop is for the unyielding hikers and explorers, natural area stewards and volunteer botanists.  Advanced registration is not required for the workshop (just drop in).  If you have further questions, please contact The Ridges at (920) 839-2802 or DCIST at (920) 746-5955.

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