Learn to identify locally invasive species

The Cayuga County Department of Planning and Economic Development along with Watershed Assessment Associates LLC and the Finger Lakes Institute will be holding five aquatic invasive species identification training workshops for the public across the Finger Lakes in July. These trainings are free, open to the public, watershed associations, watershed officials and agency personnel. Participants will learn how to identify invasive aquatic plants and animals through presentations and hands-on activities. They will also learn what to do if they find a species of concern.July 22nd: 6 pmCayuga Lake Watershed Network Offices2nd Floor, Zabriskie HallWells College, AuroraJuly 23rd: 1 pmCornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County Meeting Room A615 Willow Avenue, IthacaJuly 23rd: 6 pmFinger Lakes Institute 601 S. Main Street, GenevaJuly 24th: 10 amYates County Office Building- Auditorium417 Liberty Street, Penn YanJuly 24th: 6 pmFirst Presbyterian Church97 E Genesee Street, SkaneatelesQuestions? Contact Michele Wunderlich by email at [email protected] or by phone at 315-253-1107.

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