Join the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program and expert researchers from the New York State Hemlock Initiative to learn all about this damaging invasive insect, understand how to identify HWA in the field, and gain the skills you need to take action to protect local forests. The best way to aid Hemlock forests against the negative impacts of HWA, is to find it early before infestations grow out of control. Part 2 of this Citizen Science Training to be held on Wednesday, March 3rd from 10:00 to 11:00 am, participants have the option to join live via Zoom or watch recorded webinars to custom fit scheduling needs.
In order to maximize this short training, APIPP highly recommends signing up for a free iMapInvasives Account prior to the workshop. Self guided iMap Trainings are available to walk you through the process if you want to get started using these fun maps early!
** Live participation in Part 1 of this workshop counts towards 1.5 Continuing Education Credits through the Society of American Foresters. Please indicate on the RSVP form that you are interested in receiving SAF CE credits.**