“Invasives – Fall Webinar Series”
presented by SE VT CISMA
September 16 – 7:00 PM Intro to invasive plants – What is an invasive plant and what resources are available to help you fight them? Pieter van Loon, Vermont Land Trust Lead Forester, Jack Minich, VT Land Trust VHCB AmeriCorps Land Management Coordinator and Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge Biologist, Rachel Cliche, will discuss what an invasive species is, common invasive species in southeast Vermont and beyond. The format will be 15 minutes of presentation, followed by 45 minutes of Q&A time – so bring your invasive plant questions!
Register in advance for this meeting: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Other webinars in this Series:
- September 30 – Backyard Invasives – Nasty Neighbors
- October 14 – Invasives in Your Woodlot
- October 28 – Non-Chemical Invasive Species Management Options
- November 11 – To Spray or Not to Spray – Responsible Herbicide Use in Invasive Plant Management
- December 9 – Early Detection Rapid Response – What is it and what species should you be on the lookout for?
All webinars will be hosted on Zoom and held from 7:00-8:00 PM.
The newly formed Southeast Vermont Cooperative Invasive Species Management Association (SE VT CISMA) along with its partners The Vermont Land Trust, the Vermont Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation, the Windham Regional Woodlands Association and others are excited to offer a six-part webinar on invasive plants this fall. Join us for engaging and informative presentations with lots of time for answering all your invasive plant questions.
The Southeast VT CISMA is group of public and private conservation partners formed to pool our resources, expertise, and capacity to do public outreach and education on invasive plant issues, explore new methods of invasive control, set up demonstration sites, and to conduct or support control projects in high priority locations throughout southeastern Vermont.
This event is not being presented by Windham Regional Woodlands Association but may be of interest to our membership.