Volunteers Community Partners

Calendar of Events

July 2017

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  • Aquatic Invasive Species Management Workshop
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  • Invasive Species Information Display
  • AIS Display at Ellicott Creek Park
  • Invasive Species Identified! at FLCC Muller Field Station
  • Alien Invasions: A Brief Environmental History of Forest Pests
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  • Yellow Flag Iris Removal/Volunteer Workday
  • Invasive Species Identified! at FLCC Muller Field Station
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  • iMapInvasives Training Workshop
  • Forests In Danger: The Invasive Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
  • Hike and Strike @ Whirlpool State Park
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  • NYS Integrated Pest Management Conference
  • Honeysuckle Harvest
  • Knotweed Knock Out
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  • Franklin Gulf Volunteer Workday
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  • Project Wild America: Jamestown Farmers Market
  • Hike and Strike @ Letchworth State Park
  • Making Waves: Battle for Great Lakes Documentary & Panel
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  • Canal Fest of the Tonawandas
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  • Invasive Species Identified! at Wells College
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  • Invasive Species Identified! at Wells College
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  • Webinar: NAIPC's "Best Practices for Assessing and Listing Invasive Plants"
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  • Webinar: Invasive Mussel Collaborative
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  • IS Speaker Series
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Latest News

WNY PRISM welcomes new Project Manager

WNY PRISM welcomes new Project Manager

Please join us as we welcome Lucy Nuessle, a western New York native, as our new, full-time Project Manager. It’s a homecoming for Lucy, as she spent her summer a couple years ago (2015) as one of WNY PRISM’s Invasive Species Management Assistants.

2017 Field Notes:  Vernal Pool Restoration

2017 Field Notes: Vernal Pool Restoration

WNY PRISM once again is working alongside Tifft Nature Preserve, this time on an ambitious vernal pool habitat restoration project involving invasive species removal.

PRISM in the News! – Audubon Community Nature Center

PRISM in the News! – Audubon Community Nature Center

Audubon Nearing the Finish Line in Wiping Out Invasive Water Chestnut Press Release – Wednesday, July 5, 2017 Jamestown, NY – Hundreds of volunteers over five summers deserve credit for the Audubon Community Nature Center’s (ACNC) nearing the finish line in eradicating the European Water Chestnut that first appeared in 2013. Audubon senior naturalist Jeff […]