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Calendar of Events

October 2019

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  • Fighting Phrag While in Flight: Detecting and Mapping Invasive Phragmites Using Drones for Adaptive Management
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  • Niagara Frontier Botanical Society Meeting
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  • Volunteer Day at Beaver Meadow Audubon Center
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  • Responding to the Presence of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in your Woodlot
  • Ellicott Creek Planting with Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper
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  • Spotted Lanternfly Webinar: Understanding the Ecology and Threat
  • Invasive Species in North America
  • Spotted Lanternfly Webinar: Understanding the Ecology and Threat
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  • Chautauqua County Forest Pest Task Force Meeting
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  • Fall Partner Meeting
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  • Eastern Lake Ontario Swallow-wort Collaborative Webcast
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  • Invasive Species Workshop from Finger Lakes PRISM
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  • IS Speaker Series
  • iMapInvasives New Trainer Certification Webinar
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Latest News

WNY PRISM Fall 2019 Newsletter

WNY PRISM Fall 2019 Newsletter

WNY PRISM has released our Fall 2019 Newsletter! Featured stories include Invasive Species’s Impacts on Tick Populations, Early Detection Updates, our 2019 Watercraft Inspection Program Data, WNY PRISM’s Strategic Plan (2019-2023) and a feature on the invasive species, Oriental Bittersweet.

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WNY PRISM’s Fall Partner Meeting

WNY PRISM’s Fall Partner Meeting

Everyone is encouraged to attend, event if you’ve never worked with us before!

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Strategic Planning Meeting

Strategic Planning Meeting

WNY PRISM needs help from our partners in our ongoing strategic planning process. Help shape WNY PRISM’s next 5 years! Sessions will be held on Friday, September 13 and Monday, September 16, 2019.

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2019 Field Notes: eDNA Sampling

2019 Field Notes: eDNA Sampling

Surveying for aquatic invasive species is difficult, especially in large, open bodies of water like the Great Lakes. The tools used in traditional surveying including nets, traps, electrofishing and rake tosses can miss early infestations that may consist of only a few individuals. However, when surveying for invasive species, we want to find new infestations […]

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