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Aquatic Invasive Animal Identification

Aquatic Invasive Animal Identification
August 4th (1pm-4pm) at the Warren County Cornell Cooperative Extension in Warrensburg, NY

Please see below for more details and to sign-up. 
http://adkinvasives.com/calendar/trainings-workshops/
 
Hello APIPP Volunteers and Partners,
 
Registration is still open for APIPP’s annual aquatic invasive animal training on Tuesday, August 4th from 1-4pm at the Warren County Cornell Cooperative Extension office in Warrensburg, NY. 
Erin Vennie-Vollrath, APIPP's Aquatic Invasive Species Project Coordinator, and Mark Malchoff, Aquatic Resources Specialist for the Lake Champlain Sea Grant Program, will train participants on how to identify aquatic invasive animals, such as spiny waterflea and Asian clam, and how to perform simple scans to detect their presence. Knowing the regional distribution of aquatic invasive species informs prevention, early detection and rapid response efforts to protect waters in the long-term. 
RSVP for the training through me at evennie-vollrath@tnc.org or 518-576-2082 x119.
Regards,
 
Erin
Erin Vennie-Vollrath
Aquatic Invasive Species Project Coordinator
Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program
The Nature Conservancy – Adirondack Chapter
PO Box 65
Keene Valley, NY 12943
518-576-2082 (tel)
518-576-4203 (fax)
evennie-vollrath@tnc.org 
http://adkinvasives.com/
 

 

LPSA News JAN 27th

New Directory planned for Spring

LPSA Membership:
 
If you have not yet sent in your Renewal Form for membership, please update your personal information and send it in with your LPSA membership renewal dues as soon as possible.  A new Membership Directory is being prepared for publication this Spring, we don't want anyone to be missed!   Thank you.
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