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Heartland CISMA’s 8th Annual Central Florida Invasive Species Workshop

As a partner in the Heartland CISMA, UF/IFAS Extension Polk County’s Natural Resources program is pleased to offer a CEU opportunity to those who are interested in invasive species management, mapping, and identification skills.

Join us on April 25th for Heartland CISMA’s 8th Annual Central Florida Invasive Species Workshop!

TENTATIVE TOPICS:
  • Mapping Invasives: Who’s using what? Why?
  • Adaptive management and herbicide choice
  • Invasive plant ID breakout session, AKA Garden of Evil
  • Tram field tour breakout session: identification of common invasive species
  • What is the invasive risk of alternative crops
  • Tegus, African clawed frogs, and other exotic animals you should know
  • AND MORE!

 

CEU Opportunity: 5 max
  • Right of Way – 1
  • Ag Animal Pest Control – 1
  • General Core 482 – 2
  • Natural Areas Weed Management – 2

 

Who should attend?

Environmental agencies, Land Managers, Herbicide Technicians, Contractors, ANYONE who spends time outdoors that is interested in combating Invasive Species!

What is this event?

This is a day-long workshop with exciting presentations and break out sessions dealing with Invasive Species in our area, and what we can do to manage these species.

Where do I register for this event?

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