SLELO PRISM E/O STATS
Raising awareness of invasive species and empowering citizens to become stewards of their own lands and waters is the key to reducing the spread of invasive species and increasing the overall success of invasive species management. It is the cooperating efforts of SLELO partners and volunteers that enrich education/outreach initiatives.

To better quantify these efforts please fill out this form after any event in which information about invasive species is given or is a topic covered. Doing so helps provide an overview of the types of invasive species events that are held throughout SLELO PRISM and gives a better picture of the level of participation. This information will be used to strengthen and improve our invasive species outreach efforts.

EMAIL MEGAN.PISTOLESE@TNC.ORG IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
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First and last name *
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What is your affiliation?
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If the same event occurred over multiple dates list them here. (example: imap training, and pollinator pathway workshops)
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List the venue location *
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Select which county in SLELO PRISM your event was held in *
How many volunteers/attendees were at the event? *
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which best describes your event *
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Select all that best describe your target audience? *
If event was a water chestnut pull/ invasive control/restoration effort please report the amount that was removed or restored (use acres, pounds etc...)
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Did you encourage attendees of your event to volunteer with SLELO PRISM?
Did SLELO PRISM provide you with any brochures/outreach materials for your event?
List any outreach materials that you would have liked or that would have helped at your event?
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