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Calendar of Events

September 2021

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  • Volunteer Event: Japanese stiltgrass pull at Cazenovia Creek
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  • Free Webinar: Flowering Rush Identification, Ecology, and Management
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  • Reinstein Woods: "Reimagined" Fall Festival
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  • Walk and Talk - Reinstein Woods Fall Festival
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  • IS Speaker Series
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  • Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop
  • Insectageddon-Buffalo
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  • 2021 NAISMA Annual Conference
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Latest News

Field Notes 2021: Rattlesnake Hill

Field Notes 2021: Rattlesnake Hill

By Aubrey Franks, Invasive Species Management Assistant Located on the northern edge of the Alleghany Plateau, lies a wildlife management area with multiple forest types, marshes, streams, grassy fields, and is home to one of New York’s threatened species. Rattlesnake Hill Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a 5,100-acre wildlife management area that was purchased under […]

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2021 Field Notes: Lawton Woods

2021 Field Notes: Lawton Woods

By Lyndzie Vail, Invasive Species Management Assistant Lawton Woods is a 84-acre conservation easement situated on the western border of the Seneca Nation Reservation. The property is comprised of many ecological communities, including: Hemlock-Northern Hardwood Forest, Successional Northern Hardwoods, Peat Swamp, Successional Hardwood Swamp, Shrub Swamp, Shallow Emergent Marsh, Vernal Pool, Intermittent Stream, and Rocky […]

Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop

Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop

Saturday, September 25, 2021 ~ 10:00am – 12:00pm Join WNY PRISM for a practical workshop on aquatic invasive plant identification, designed for private landowners and general recreationists. The workshop will show you how to identify many different types of aquatic plant species, both invasive species and some of their native look-alikes. We will have a […]

2021 Field Notes: Tifft Nature Preserve Native Planting

2021 Field Notes: Tifft Nature Preserve Native Planting

By John Montgomery, Education & Outreach Assistant Tifft Nature Preserve is a 264-acre nature refuge comprised of ponds, marshes and woodlands. Opened as a preserve in 1976, it is now an area where animals from across our region can take advantage of its vital ecology. On top of its ecological importance and conservation purposes, Tifft […]