Join Mark Renz and Anne Pearce from UW Extension and the Wisconsin First Detector Network for an invasive species workshop. In this workshop, participants will practice identification of several invasive species and learn about helpful identification resources. In addition, they will be introduced to the Great Lakes Early Detection Network (GLEDN) smartphone app, which allows anyone to map and monitor invasive species- a great tool for volunteers working in Dane County Parks!
Participants will also learn more about specific management techniques for some of our most common invasive species in our area, including recommendations for selecting herbicides.
Tuesday, June 13:
Workshop: WI First Detector Network - Invasive Species Workshop
9:00 am – 12:00 noon
Lussier Family Heritage Center, 3101 Lake Farm Road.
Click on below link for descriptions of the Volunteer Educational Training(s) which are listed on our new Volunteer Training webpage. Scroll down to June 13: WI First Detector Network – Invasive Species Workshop to learn more.
Don’t forget to register.
Please join us whether you are interested in using the WI First Detector Network application or not.
Mark Renz will be separately discussing more specific invasive species management techniques.