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Invasive Species in New York: Where We Are and What We Can Do Conference
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7/13/2017

When: Thursday, July 13, 2017
8:30am–4:30pm
Where: Siena College—Key Auditorium, Roger Bacon Hall
515 Loudon Rd
Albany, New York  12211
United States
Contact:
Joellen Lampman

Phone: 518-441-1303

Details

Invasive Species in New York: Where We Are and What We Can Do will be held on July 13th in Key Auditorium, Roger Bacon Hall, Siena College, Loudonville, NY.

Because space is limited, pre-register on this registration page. Pre-registration closes on July 10.

The Invasive Species Conference portal has the agenda and registration details. If you have questions, email Joellen Lampman or call her at 518-441-1303. The program will run from 8:30-4:30 and costs $35 – which includes lunch and breaks.

New York is a hotspot for invasive species. At risk are ecosystem services, human health, food security, and New York’s abundant natural areas.

The Third Annual NYS Integrated Pest Management conference brings together a wide range of speakers to address the scope of the problem. How many invasive species are already here? What’s the risk of new invaders? What we can do about it? Join the New York State IPM Program to learn, discuss — and plan.

 
 

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