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Week of 9 July, 2017
Sunday - 7/9
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Tuesday - 7/11
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Wednesday - 7/12
11:00 AMInvasive Species Exhibits at the Empire State Plaza Farmers Market
https://stoptheinvasionny.com/calendar-of-events/
Contact  Megan Phillips
megan.phillips@dec.ny.gov
Location  Empire State Plaza, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY - Map

Stop by the Empire State Plaza Farmers Market in Albany on Wednesday, July 12 between 11am and 2pm for invasive species exhibits and information presented by local conservation agencies and not for profit organizations. Experts will be on site to answer your questions about prohibited and regulated species, citizen science programs, and more. This event is a part of New York's 4th annual Invasive Species Awareness Week.



Thursday - 7/13
8:30 AMInvasive Species Awareness Week Conference at Siena College
https://nysipm.cornell.edu/resources/nys-ipm-conferences/in...
Contact  Megan Phillips

Invasive Species in New York: Where We Are and What We Can Do
When: July 13, 2017, 8:30 – 4:30
Where: Key Auditorium, Roger Bacon Hall, Siena College, Loudonville, NY
Cost: $35 includes coffee and lunch

Agenda:
8:30-8:45 Introduction
8:50-9:35 Invasive Species: Science, Economics, and Policy — Carrie Brown-Lima, NY Invasive Species Research Institute
9:40-10:00 Agriculture — Chris Logue, NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets
10:05-10:25 Agriculture — Marion Zuefle, NYS IPM Program
10:25-10:40 Break — visit Educational Tables in Roger Bacon Hall
10:40-11:00 Forest Pests — Jerry Carlson, DEC
11:05-11:35 Prioritization and Working Smarter — Jennifer Dean, NY Natural Heritage Program
11:40-12:10 Legislative Panel
12:10-1:10 LUNCH at The Norm, and more time to visit the Educational Tables
1:10-1:40 Discussion with speaker panel
1:45-2:05 NYS Hemlock Wooly Adelgid Initiative — Mark Whitmore, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University
2:10-2:30 Landscape Alternatives for Invasive Plant Species — Brian Eshenaur, NYS IPM Program
2:35-2:55 Host Tree Surveys — Erin Brady, Lands and Forests Outreach Specialist, DEC
2:55-3:05 Break — visit Educational Tables
3:05-3:25 Controlling Terrestrial Invasive Species on Your Property — Jim Engel, White Oak Nursery
3:30-3:50 Deer and Invasive Species Connection — Linda Rohleder, Lower Hudson PRISM
4:00-4:20 Restoration — Tom Whitlow, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University
4:20-4:30 Evaluation and wrap up — Joellen Lampman, NYS IPM Program
4:30 Adjourn. Safe travels!

This event is organized by the New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, NYSDEC, and partners as a part of New York's 4th annual Invasive Species Awareness Week.

Contact Megan PHillips at megan.phillips@dec.ny.gov if you have any question.



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