The Adirondacks are an endless playground for hunters, campers, and boaters from around the world. Unfortunately though, North Country lakes, wetlands, and forests are at risk to the impacts of competitive invasive plants and animals. More often than not, pests are accidentally introduced to new areas on the boats, boots, tires, pets, and firewood of recreationalists.
Join the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP) to learn how you can help prevent the spread of invasive species before you hit the trails this hunting season. With special guest speaker, Chris Lajewski, Montezuma Audubon Center Director, hear from another dedicated sportsman on best practices to help prevent the spread of invasive species and conserve lands and waters for generations to come.