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Calendar of Events

May 2019

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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  • Preparing for Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum)
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  • Emerald Ash Borer Management
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4
  • Penn Dixie's Volunteer Orientation
  • I Love My Park Day
5
  • Best Native Plantings for Pollinators, Birds, and Wildlife in Western New York
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7
  • Genesee River Basin Summit
8
  • Great Lakes Conference
9
10
  • Tree Health Update: Workshop for Industry Professionals
11
  • Pollinator Workshop and Seminar
  • Pollinator Garden: Beyond Bees and Butterflies
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13
  • iMapInvasives 3.0 Webinar Training- The Basics
14
  • Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi - Implications for Management and Conservation Planning
15
  • How do Trees Improve Water Quality?
16
  • iMapInvasives 3.0 Webinar Training- Advanced Data Entry
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  • Bridging the Gap Between Invasive Species Research and Management
  • iMapInvasives 3.0 Webinar Training- iMap beyond the data for power users
21
  • Landscaping with Native Species of WNY
22
  • An Update on the Biological Control Program Targeting Invasive Phragmites australis in North America
  • 2019 Great Lakes Semi-Annual Meeting
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  • Tree and Shrub Planting with Genesee RiverWatch
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  • Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative Webinar
  • IS Speaker Series
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  • Invasive Aquatic Plants-Citizen Scientist Field Training

Latest News

WNY PRISM Welcomes its 2019 Summer Crew

WNY PRISM Welcomes its 2019 Summer Crew

WNY PRISM is excited to welcome its 2019 Summer Crew! This year we are welcoming our three Invasive Species Management Assistants, Derek Claus, Ryan Elliott, and Payton Hanssen, as well as our Education and Outreach Assistant, Ashley Carmichael. Derek, Ryan and Payton will be working in the field on many different projects across our region. […]

WNY PRISM Spring 2019 Newsletter

WNY PRISM Spring 2019 Newsletter

WNY PRISM has released our Spring 2019 Newsletter! Featured stories include Imperiled Insects and Invasive Species, WNY PRISM Watercraft Inspection Program, Japanese Stiltgrass Early Detection, Invasive Species Management Plans and Japanese Angelica Tree.

Oak Wilt: The Importance of Early Detection and Spread Prevention

Oak Wilt: The Importance of Early Detection and Spread Prevention

When we think of invasive species, we imagine the emerald ash borer, giant hogweed or Asian carp. While these invasive plants and animals receive a lot of attention, fungi and diseases can also be invasive species. Oak wilt is a disease caused by an invasive fungus that attacks the xylem tissue of a tree. This […]