The introduction, spread, and management of invasive species is heavily influenced by the actions of citizens who live, work, and recreate on public and private lands and waterways of New York. Education and outreach about invasive species increases awareness and knowledge, to encourage behavior changes that could reduce risks throughout the State. Learn to identify several invasives that are being managed at the Preserve, control methods, and how to protect and increase native species in your community.
Celebrate NYISAW with a walk through North Tonawanda Audubon Nature Preserve. WNY PRISM Coordinator, Andrea Locke will discuss invasive species identification, the management that has taken place there, and the sedges present. Please bring footwear appropriate for wet conditions.
Register here: https://forms.gle/dLEww6QDKVsudiPt5
Nassau County’s 30-acre Red Cote Preserve is a popular Oyster Bay Cove destination for nature-loving Long Islanders. Join the Land Alliance to contribute to our efforts to manage invasive mile-a-minute vine and take a tour of this beautiful property for an introduction to its diverse plant communities.
Please register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (516) 922-1028.
In celebration of NY Invasive Species Awareness Week, Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie and Otsego Counties will host a free Invasive Species Walking Tour in Cobleskill.
The mission of the New York Invasive Species Awareness Species Week is to promote knowledge and understanding of invasive species and the harm they can cause. We want to empower YOU to stop the spread of invasive species!
In Schoharie County, join us for an Invasive Species Walking Tour on Tuesday, June 7, 2022. We will meet at 5:00 p.m. at the Cobleskill Creek Trail parking lot on Warnerville Cutoff. Please note this will require about 2 miles of walking, so be prepared with proper clothing and footwear.
Register (Schoharie County): https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/SchoharieInvasives_243
Learn about invasive species on the Erie Canal! The famous Sam Patch Tour Boat will be cruising down the Erie Canal and you will be able to learn about the aquatic invasive species within the canal from an expert at the Finger Lakes PRISM.
Address: 12 Schoen Place, Pittsford, NY 14534
Monday June 6th
Agroforestry Resource Center & Siuslaw Model Forest
6055 Route 23 Acra, New York 12405
PLEASE Register For the Event
Come join the Capital Region PRISM a Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia Greene Counties Agroforestry Resource Center for a woods walk.
The event will feature a 1.5 mile walk and discussion showcasing sustainable forestry practices to promote resilient and healthy ecosystems. The walk will be presented by Kristopher Williams Capital PRISM Coordinator and Tracey Testo CCE Agroforestry and Natural Resources Educator .
-Habitat enhancements riparian buffers.
-Assessing tree stand improvement methods.
-Identification & control of invasive species including forest pest.
-Agroforestry options to grow a bountiful and diverse woodlands with native plants.
-Receive a forest health scorecard to assess your own property.
Join WNY PRISM for our Summer Saturdays Walk and Talk series. This month’s location is Genesee County Park and Forest. While we hike, PRISM staff will discuss the invasive species present there, management techniques, and answer any questions attendees may have. Please park in the Nature Center parking lot on Memory Ln.
Register here: https://forms.gle/59AyFgZb1edTgYds8