Uninvited: The Spread of Invasive Species is a documentary by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and Westfield Production Company about the threat of invasive species on New York’s forests, waters, and agriculture. Join us to watch the film and learn about emerging invasive species and how New York is working to manage their spread. We’ll be joined by DEC’s Forest Health Diagnostic Lab Coordinator Jess Cancelliere who will be answering all your invasive species questions.
Interested in learning about harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their intersection with invasive species issues? Join us on June 10th at 1pm (ET) for this 2022 New York Invasive Species Awareness Week webinar to hear from leading professionals about the latest science and management efforts. The agenda will include:
– General overview of HABs and broad connections with invasive species
– Direct connections between dresseinid mussels and HABs
– Invasive plant management and HABs
– Q&A + discussion
Come for a talk on one of the most destructive invasive species seen in generations – the Spotted Lanternfly. Learn what makes this insect such a threat, why it’s important, and what you can do to stop it.
Register here: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/91078328781?pwd=VTR0cXMvNGtHM1ZhWko5QlRFdEtPQT09
Join Thom Allgaier from NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets for one of our NYISAW statewide webinar series.
This webinar will illustrate some of the pathways invasive species exploit to become established and some of the intervention methods that are used to thwart introduction. Means of detecting, reporting, and monitoring invasive species will also be discussed. Join us for this deeper dive into how invasive species are spread and what is done to intervene before and after detection.
Attend here: https://meetny.webex.com/meetny/j.php?MTID=m160f9c08a452daad95889b0869b86ab6
If you love the lakes and ponds of New York, the “Invasive Species for Lake Lovers” webinar on June 8 is for you. Join the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP) to learn about ways invasive species can impact the quality of your favorite lake. Invasive species can have negative effects on the environment, the ecology and the economy of NY. We will discuss ways large and small, obvious and obscure that invasive plants and animals impact our lakes. More importantly, we will review simple steps everyone can take to prevent the spread of invasive species and to help scientists collect data. Brian Greene, APIPP’s aquatic invasive species coordinator, will present this virtual talk for all lake lovers in NY and beyond as part of NY’s Invasive Species Awareness Week. The workshop will be followed by an in-person, family-friendly, interactive afternoon at the Lake Flower boat launch in Saranac Lake, NY.
See registration details at https://adkinvasives.com/Events/Detail/148
“Knock, knock…” “Who’s there?” “Invasives!” That’s right – invasive species may have moved into your neighborhood and made themselves quite comfortable. Discover how you can manage and prevent these “Backyard Invaders” in this informative webinar. Learn tips and tricks from experts in the field to help keep your property free of invasives and create a haven for biodiversity!
Register here: https://meetny.webex.com/meetny/j.php?RGID=ra9abf8fb9f668cdba219a115457dc4b7
Many invasive plants were once considered desirable ornamentals that were intentionally introduced to gardens and landscapes only to escape into our natural environments. You can play a vital role in the introduction and the prevention of invasive plants by choosing to grow native species and taking action to control invasives you may find on your property. This presentation will provide an overview of native alternatives to common invasive garden plants, the benefits of native plants, and ways to get involved.
Presented by Megan Pistolese-Shaw with SLELO PRISM and Cecilia Pershyn Western NY PRISM.
Register to receive the zoom link: https://tnc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0rcuuupzwsHNXlDa5EbrOrRcow4BuL_hxR
This webinar is part of the New York Invasive Species Awareness Week (NYISAW) webinar series. Visit www.nyis.info/nyisaw/to learn of other webinars in this series.
During the 2022 New York Invasive Species Awareness Week, we are launching the first ever NYISAW Mapping Challenge! We challenge you to get out and map this week’s statewide priority species, spotted lanternfly, and the priority species for your PRISM (Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management). The top reporters to iMapInvasives during NYISAW will win a prize!
Join our 7pm webinar to learn more about the challenge, how your records feed into statewide efforts, and how to identify spotted lanternfly, and the species selected by your PRISM! Presenters will include invasive species experts from the PRISMs.
Japanese Tree Lilac – APIPP (Adirondacks), Capital Region PRISM
Tree-of-heaven – SLELO, Western NY PRISM, Finger Lakes PRISM
Quagga Mussel – CRISP (Catskills)
Princess Tree – LIISMA (Long Island)
Beech Leaf Disease – Lower Hudson PRISM
Register at https://www.nyimapinvasives.org/nyisaw
Welcome to 2022 New York Invasive Species Awareness Week (NYISAW)!
This week is jam-packed with virtual and in-person events all around New York State that aim to educate and empower YOU to stop the spread of invasive species. Join NYS Department of Agriculture & Market’s Thom Allgaier and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation’s Andrea Nieves to learn about the threat of invasive species, and all about the events and activities that are happening this week!
Register and join here: