RSVP WEDNESDAY MARCH 3rd, 10-11:00 AM, PART 2: Citizen Scientist Training – Learn How to Hunt for HWA
Led by partners from the Adirondack Mountain Club, Capital Mohawk Region PRISM, and Lake George Land Conservancy, participants will learn how to adopt a trailhead, carry out self-guided HWA field surveys, and collect environmental data using iMapInvasives, a free, easy-to-use, mobile mapping tool. This is an excellent way to support the lands you love and get involved with local conservation while hiking, x-country skiing, or snowshoeing this winter.
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Will you be attending this online workshop, Wednesday, March 3rd, from 10-11:00 am?
Are you a member or existing volunteer with one of our HWA Partners?
Yes, I am an Adirondack Mountain Club Member
Yes, I am a Lake George Lands Conservancy Member
Yes, I am a Capital Mohawk PRISM Volunteer
Yes, I am a Nature Conservancy Volunteer
No - not a member of any of these organizations
Will you participate in Part 1 of this Citizen Science Series on February 25th? Participation in Part 1 is suggested, but not required.
Yes, will attend the live online workshop on 2/25 from 3-4:30 pm
Yes, will watch a recording on my own time to get involved!
Have you used iMap Invasives before?
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