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Invasive Species Management: Picking battles big enough to matter, and small enough to win

  • 01/12/2016
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Webinar
With invasive species posing more problems to woodlands than can possibly all be solved at once, how can landowners decide when and how to act?


It is a safe bet that every parcel of privately owned forest land in Pennsylvania (and Illinois) has multiple invasive species. With these invasive species posing more problems than can possibly all be solved at once, how can landowners decide when and how to act? We will discuss some ways to prioritize and make management decisions towards reducing the impact of invasive species.

Presented by Norris Muth, Associate Professor of Biology, Juniata College. Approved for 1.0 Society of American Foresters CFE credit, Category 1-CF. Approved for 1 credit hour Pennsylvania SFI® CE.

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Cost: There is no fee to attend this event. However, pre-registration is requested.

Questions? Contact Allyson Muth at 814-865-3208
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