TRAININGS, HIKES, WORKSHOPS

Depending on the season, we are busy hosting a series of Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) Citizen Science Program trainings, group hikes, and cutting-edge noxious weed workshops. You may register for events by clicking on our available offerings below. Events may also be found on our Facebook or Instagram page.

Upcoming Events

  • Apr 15, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
    Zoom Live Webinar
    A free 2.5 hour webinar training where you will learn how to identify priority invasive species in Central Oregon, how to record basic data and how to report findings on EDDMapSWest, a national early detection reporting system. There will also be a group hike the following week at Smith Rock.
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  • Thu, Apr 15
    Location is TBD
    Apr 15, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
    Location is TBD
    Join botanist Jim Evans on a hike to put your new EDRR identification skills to the test. Jim will point out various invasive plants and help you learn how to properly ID them out in the field.
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  • Apr 29, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
    Zoom Live Webinar
    A free 2.5 to 3 hour webinar training where you will learn how to identify priority invasive species, how to record basic data and how to report findings on EDDMapSWest, a national early detection reporting system.
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  • Thu, May 13
    Zoom Live Webinar
    May 13, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
    Zoom Live Webinar
    A free 2.5 to 3 hour webinar training where you will learn how to identify priority invasive species, how to record basic data and how to report findings on EDDMapSWest, a national early detection reporting system.
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  • Nov 29, 7:00 AM – Dec 02, 5:00 PM
    Nashville, 2800 Opryland Dr, Nashville, TN 37214, USA
    We invite you to join us for the fourth annual Innovations in Invasive Species Management Training and Workshop to be held in Nashville, TN, November 29th - December 2nd, 2021 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.
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  • Time is TBD
    Zoom Live Webinar
    This training includes training on aquatic invasive plant ecology, as well as identifying and reporting methods. We will go over Best Management Practices for lake residents and users, basic lake ecosystems, and cyanobacteria basics.
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  • Time is TBD
    Zoom Live Webinar
    A free 2.5 hour webinar training where you will learn how to identify priority invasive species, how to record basic data and how to report findings on EDDMapSWest, a national early detection reporting system.
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  • May 15th, Time is TBD
    Skamania County
    May 15th, Time is TBD
    Skamania County, Mt St Helens, Washington 98616, USA
    Test your new skills for identifying and reporting Early Detection Rapid Response species on a group hike!
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  • Time is TBD
    Zoom Live Webinar
    A free 2.5 to 3 hour webinar training where you will learn how to identify priority invasive species, how to record basic data and how to report findings on EDDMapSWest, a national early detection reporting system.
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  • April 21st, 2021 - Time is TBD
    Deschutes County
    April 21st, 2021 - Time is TBD
    Deschutes County, Smith Rock, Oregon 97760, USA
    Test your new skills for identifying and reporting Early Detection Rapid Response species at Smith Rock State Park in Oregon!
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  • Spring 2020
    Washington and Oregon
    Spring 2020
    Washington and Oregon
    Let us know you're interested in our upcoming workshop series where we train citizen scientists to survey invasive weeds.
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The mission of the PNW-IPC is to protect the Pacific Northwest's land and waters from ecologically-damaging invasive plants through scientific research, education, policy, and an on-the-ground citizen science monitoring and eradication program.

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F: 206–685–2692

E: info@pnw-ipc.org

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