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

  • Skagit County Group Weed Walk
    Sat, Jun 19
    Location is TBD
    Jun 19, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
    Location is TBD
    Test your new skills for identifying and reporting Early Detection Rapid Response species on a group weed walk!
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  • Mason County & Grays Harbor Invasive Species Training
    Jul 06, 3:30 PM – 6:30 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 EDDMapS, a national early detection reporting system.
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  • Mason County & Grays Harbor Group Hike
    Sat, Jul 10
    Location is TBD
    Jul 10, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
    Location is TBD
    Test your new skills for identifying and reporting Early Detection Rapid Response species on a group hike!
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  • Innovations in Invasive Species Management
    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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  • Spring 2021 Citizen Science Workshops
    Spring 2021
    Washington and Oregon
    Spring 2021
    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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  • Aquatics Species EDRR & Cyanobacteria BMP Training for Fresh Water
    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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