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Florida’s Forest Stewardship Program and
First Coast Invasive Working GroupPresent anInvasive Exotic Species and Control Workshop
Many exotic plants are invasive weeds that form expanding populations on our landscape, making land management a challenge. Some exotic animals have also become a problem for land managers. The rapid and effective dispersal characteristics of these invaders make them extremely difficult to eliminate. This program will describe some of the more common and troublesome invasive exotic plants and animals in this region and current strategies to control them. Pesticide Applicator Continuing Education Units approved: 2 Core, 1 Nat. Area WM
Society of American Foresters Continuing Education hours approved: 3.0 hours Cat 1 and 1.0 hour Category 2.
PDF announcement with tentative agenda Event Cooperators:UF-IFAS School of Forest Resources and ConservationUF-IFAS Clay County Cooperative Extension ServiceClay County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictFirst Coast Invasive Working GroupFlorida Department of Environmental ProtectionUS Army Corps of EngineersFlorida Forest ServiceFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation CommissionOthers TBA
10.00 Registrant, September 24, 2013, Green Cove Springs, FL 10.00