“Exotic versus Natives: the Battle Goes on!”
Do you care about protecting our native plant habitats from invasive plants? How can you tell which plants are invasive? Do you want to know how you can help?
The GA-EPPC, Georgia Exotic Pest Plant Council, invites you to attend its Annual Meeting on Thursday, November 18, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
at The University of Georgia Griffin Campus.
GA-EPPC’s goals are to focus attention on the adverse effects exotic pest plants have on the diversity of Georgia’s native plants and animals; the use of exotic pest plant management to prevent habitat loss; the socioeconomic impacts of these plants; changes in the seriousness of the different exotic pest plants over time and the need to exchange information which helps land owners and managers set priorities for exotic pest plants management.
Speakers will include:
Dr. Dayton Wilde – University of Georgia
Dr. Deah Lieurance, University of Florida
Dr. Wayne Gardner, University of Georgia
Dr. Mark Czarnota, University of Georgia
Dr. Kris Braman, University of Georgia
Dr. Mincy Moffett, Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Pesticide credits have been approved for Category 24
6 hours commercial and 1 hour private.
Registration: Pre-registration required. Cost is $75 for Professionals, $55 for Master Gardeners and $20 for students. Registration includes lunch, refreshments, door prizes and handouts. To register online with a credit card, please visit: http://t.uga.edu/1Rr
Deadline to register is Friday, November 13 by 4:00 p.m.
For questions regarding registration, please contact Beth Horne at 770-228-7214 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, www.gaeppc.org