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REMINDER - MA-EPPC's Invasive Plants Conf - Aug 15 and 16

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  • Marc Imlay
    REMINDER MA-EPPC presents our INVASIVE PLANTS, Research, Removal and Renewal Conference Wed Aug 15 and Thurs Aug 16, 2007 University of Philadelphia,
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 14, 2007
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      REMINDER

      MA-EPPC presents our

      INVASIVE PLANTS, Research, Removal and Renewal Conference

      Wed Aug 15 and Thurs Aug 16, 2007

      University of Philadelphia , Philadelphia , PA

       

      The following topics will be presented: the extent of invasive plants

      in the Mid-Atlantic region, the latest invasive plant control

      strategies, native plants that are good alternatives to invasives,

      Federal invasive plant efforts, how deer contribute to the spread of

      invasive plants,new technologies to measure and monitor invasive plant

      populations, how to motivate volunteers, and how native plant recovery

      can prevent spread of invasive plants.

       

      More details and a downloadable brochure are available at

      http://www.ma-eppc.org

       

      WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

      Nursery and landscape professionals

      Natural resource managers

      State and local officials

      Managers of parks, preserves and conservation districts

      Invasive plant management and restoration specialists

      Extension agents and environmental educators

      Public and botanical garden managers

      Researchers, students and gardeners

      Garden and outdoor writers

      Interested homeowners

      Golf course and recreational land managers

      YOU

       

      Please distribute this message to any interested individuals or groups

      you know.

       

      We look forward to another great meeting this year!

       

      Thank you

       

      Jan Ferrigan

      MA-EPPC Board President

       

       

       

    • Marc Imlay
      REMINDER MA-EPPC presents our INVASIVE PLANTS, Research, Removal and Renewal Conference Wed Aug 15 and Thurs Aug 16, 2007 University of Philadelphia,
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        REMINDER

        MA-EPPC presents our

        INVASIVE PLANTS, Research, Removal and Renewal Conference

        Wed Aug 15 and Thurs Aug 16, 2007

        University of Philadelphia , Philadelphia , PA

         

        The following topics will be presented: the extent of invasive plants

        in the Mid-Atlantic region, the latest invasive plant control

        strategies, native plants that are good alternatives to invasives,

        Federal invasive plant efforts, how deer contribute to the spread of

        invasive plants,new technologies to measure and monitor invasive plant

        populations, how to motivate volunteers, and how native plant recovery

        can prevent spread of invasive plants.

         

        More details and a downloadable brochure are available at

        http://www.ma-eppc.org

         

        WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

        Nursery and landscape professionals

        Natural resource managers

        State and local officials

        Managers of parks, preserves and conservation districts

        Invasive plant management and restoration specialists

        Extension agents and environmental educators

        Public and botanical garden managers

        Researchers, students and gardeners

        Garden and outdoor writers

        Interested homeowners

        Golf course and recreational land managers

        YOU

         

        Please distribute this message to any interested individuals or groups

        you know.

         

        We look forward to another great meeting this year!

         

        Thank you

         

        Jan Ferrigan

        MA-EPPC Board President

         

         

         

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