Aquatic Invasive Species to Watch For (Zoom Program)

Wednesday, June 10, 12-1pm  With summer approaching and more people getting outside, we must remember to protect our waterbodies by watching out for invasive species and taking care to prevent their spread. Invasive Species Intern, Sierra Stickney will focus on  water chestnut, European frog-bit, and starry stonewort, aquatic plants which are having a big impact on our environment. Learn what to look for when you’re out on the water and how you can help the spread of AIS. Register for this free Zoom program here.  You will receive a confirmation email with the details of how to join the call. 

Source: Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership (CRISP)

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