2018 APIPP Program

Hello to Canada Lake Invasive Plant Program Inspectors, ISC Committee members and All Folks in Fulton County Interested in Prevention of Aquatic Invasive Plants,
The Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program will be holding a regional Aquatic Invasive Species Identification and Survey Training Session :
If you are interested in prevention of aquatic invasive species or would like to update your knowledge level this will be very helpful. 
The session is free.
DATE:    June 21 (Thursday)
TIME:     10 am - 2 pm 
PLACE:  Nick Stoner Inn 1810 State Hwy Route 10 Caroga Lake, New York 12032 
Participants will learn:
-how to identify aquatic invasive plants, such as Eurasian watermilfoil, and aquatic invasive animals, such as spiny water flea. 
-how to perform simple surveys through visual inspections and rake toss techniques to detect their presence in a lake. 
-how to report finding an invasive aquatic species or report a lake survey
We hope that there will be a good turn out from Fulton County and surrounding Lakes at the meeting.
Pre registration is requested so that APIPP can bring enough materials but walk-ins are welcomed.
To register contact 
Erin Vennie-Vollrath APIPP Aquatic Project Coordinator,  
phone: 518-576-2082 
For more information see:
Please share this information with any interested friends or neighbors.
Hope to see you on June 21!!!!
Marcus Harazin 
Co-Chairman Invasive Species Committee
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