Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Walk & Talk
Hemlock woolly adelgid(HWA) is an invasive insect that kills hemlock trees. Workshop attendees will learn about the impacts of HWA, how to recognize signs of an HWA infestation and report negative and positive observations, learn about volunteer opportunities and state-wide HWA management initiatives.
HWA is currently not found in the SLELO PRISM region (Oneida, Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence counties). However, HWA has been confirmed in surrounding regions and has the ability to spread.
Keeping an eye out for HWA helps to track and control the spread of this invasive forest pest. It is equally important to document where HWA hasn't been found, doing so influences management/control initiatives.
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2/10/20 4:30pm-6:30pm at Kip Trail & The Wachtmeister Field Station in Canton NY
3/13/20 10:30am-1:30pm at Forest Park, Camden NY
3/7/20 10:30am-12pm at Trenton Green Belt, Holland Patent NY
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forested land owner who has hemlock trees
Educator interested in incorporating information about invasives into curricula
Someone who enjoys the outdoors and is likely to search for HWA
Interested in community science
Have you heard of hemlock woolly adelgid before?
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Are you willing to download the free iMapInvasives.org mobile app prior to the workshop and use it at the workshop?
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