Event

APIPP spring partner meeting

Start Date: Apr 29, 2014 09:32 am
End Date: Apr 29, 2014 03:00 pm
Registration Info:

No registration required


For more information:
Hilary Smith
Director, Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program
The Nature Conservancy – Adirondack Chapter
PO Box 65
Keene Valley, NY 12943
518-576-2082 (tel)
hsmith@tnc.org

Please send along agenda items of interest.





First Stakeholder Meeting for the FL-PRISM.

Start Date: Apr 29, 2014 01:30 pm
End Date: Apr 29, 2014 03:30 pm
Registration Info:

Please RSVP at mosher@HWS.edu to receive location and parking instructions and an agenda for the meeting.


For more information:

Hilary R. Mosher, Coordinator, FL-PRISM, mosher@hws.edu, 315.781.4385


First Stakeholder Meeting for the FL-PRISM.

This will provide a great opportunity to meet and network with other people with an interest or responsibility for invasive species management. This meeting will also serve as our initial get together as we start to develop a workplan and begin dialogue about a strategic plan for the Finger Lakes region.                

Where: Finger Lakes Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, 601 S. Main Street, Geneva, NY 14456                                                         Date: 4/29/14                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Time: 1:30pm- 3:30pm.

 





NY iMapInvasives Announces Spring 2014 Training Blitz

Start Date: Apr 30, 2014 08:30 am
End Date: Jun 11, 2014 12:00 am
Registration Info:

Click to go to the iMapInvasives Spring 2014 Training Registration Site.


For more information:

Contact imapinvasives@nynhp.org for more details or with general questions about iMapInvasives.


NY iMapInvasives Spring 2014 Training Blitz Announced

New York iMapInvasives is the online mapping system used to track invasive species threatening New York State’s environmental resources. All interested groups, including land and water managers, agricultural practitioners, citizen scientists, and educators, are encouraged to help keep the map up-to-date and accurate by reporting invasive species locations.

iMapInvasives will be holding spring training sessions throughout the state in April, May and June! Each session will be coordinated through the Partnerships for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM) for that region, and will include training for basic and advanced data entry. Participants will also learn how to analyze the maps and data and use the system to document their management efforts. There will also be species identification modules offered this year as well (details to come). Anyone interested in mapping invasive species locations and management efforts is welcome to attend these free sessions!

2014 iMap Spring Training Schedule