2019 OIPC Winter Webinar Series

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Join the OIPC network to learn about the latest developments in invasive plant management & research! Our webinar series will begin on February 6th and will usually be held on a weekly basis during the lunch hour, from 12:00 – 1:00 PM on Wednesdays.

In order to register for a specific webinar, click on "Select a Date" (orange/red button) and choose the appropriate date for the webinar you are interested in. Note you must register for each webinar seperately:

Webinar 1 (Feb 6): DSV biocontrol with Hypena opulenta in Ontario, an update (Kathleen Ryan, Silv-Econ Ltd)

Webinar 2 (Feb 20): Management of the largest DSV infestation in the Credit River Watershed: Far from ideal, but we're not giving up! (Freyja Whitten, Credit Valley Conservation)

Webinar 3 (Feb 27): Collaborating to restore coastal wetlands in the Long Point Region (Eric Cleland, Nature Conservancy of Canada)

Webinar 4 (Mar 6): Hazardous Plants (Giant Hogweed, Wild Parsnip) (Vicki Simkovic, Ontario Invasive Plant Council)

Webinar 5 (Mar 13): Invasive Species Control on Pelee Island (Jill Crosthwaite, Nature Conservancy of Canada)

Webinar 6 (Mar 20): Overview of the CFIA's Invasive Plant Program (Diana Mooij, Canadian Food Inspection Agency)

Webinar 7 (Mar 27): Great Lakes Wide Initiatives: Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative and Adaptive Management Framework (Elaine Ferrier, Great Lakes Commission)

Webinar 8 (April 10): Toronto Ravine Revitalization Study: 1977-2017 (Sandy Smith, University of Toronto)

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