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Calendar of Events

September 2018

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  • Case Studies in Manual Removal of Invasive Mussels
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  • Chautauqua County Forest Pest Task Force
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  • Party for the Planet
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  • Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Training
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  • Urban Forestry Today: Emerald Ash Borer
  • Gill Creek Workshop: Invasive Plant Identification and Tracking
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  • WNY Forest Pest Updates
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  • 18th Annual Fall Festival at Reinstein Woods
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  • Monitoring and Managing Ash Program for Citizen Scientists and Land Managers in the Finger Lakes
  • A Hydrilla Project in Ohio's Lake Erie Basin: Detection, Control and Prevention
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  • IS Speaker Series
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  • Best Practices for Aerial Application
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  • Invasive Species Curriculum Workshop
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  • A Walking Workshop: Ecological Restoration in Diverse Habitats
  • 14th Annual WNY Environmental Summit
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Latest News

Life as a Boat Steward

Life as a Boat Steward

In a first for WNY PRISM, we welcomed two boat stewards, Morgan Beatey and Parker Everhart, to our seasonal summer crew. Boat stewards are dedicated to stopping the spread of aquatic invasive species on recreational watercraft. Throughout the summer our boat stewards interacted with boaters, anglers and other recreational water users to raise awareness of […]

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Slender False Brome Identification and Survey Workshop

Slender False Brome Identification and Survey Workshop

  Wednesday, August 29, 2018; 9:00 – 11:30 am Letchworth State Park, Humphrey Nature Center Slender false brome (Brachypodium sylvaticum) is a fiercely invasive, perennial grass that forms dense stands of itself, outcompeting native species. It can be found in just a few areas of New York State, the majority of which are in western […]

Early Detection and YOU!

Early Detection and YOU!

WNY PRISM works to stop the introduction of new invasive species to the region through prevention efforts that include education and outreach.  But, sometimes new species are introduced despite the best efforts of our staff, partners, volunteers and residents. Once introduction occurs it is important to focus on the early detection of these species. An […]