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Terrestrial Invaders Workshop

Calling All Peel and Halton Teachers! Join us for a FREE WORKSHOP to learn about terrestrial invasive species and how to teach about these invaders in and out of the classroom!

Saturday, May 6, 2017

10:00am - 3:00pm

Riverwood Conservancy

MacEwan Field Station

4300 Riverwood Park Lane, Mississauga

Click here for directions.


This workshop will include:

  1. Information on established terrestrial invaders and their impact in Peel and Halton
  2. How to identify these species and the next wave of invasive species to watch out for!
  3. Indoor and outdoor curriculum-linked activities
  4. Training on using EDDMapS Ontario (web-based invasive species mapping system) in your classroom
  5. How to take action with your students through local monitoring and stewardship programs

 

Guest Speakers: 

  1. Colin Cassin, Ontario Invasive Plant Council
  2. Keren Bromberg, Credit Valley Conservation
  3. Lauren Bell, Invasive Species Centre
  4. Kirushanth Gnanachandran, Riverwood Conservancy

 

 

Please bring your own lunch. Space is limited. For more information, contact [email protected] or call 647-258-3280 x 2011.

This workshop is a collaboration between EcoSpark, the Early Detection & Rapid Response (EDRR) Network Ontario, Credit Valley Conservation and the Riverwood Conservancy

 
 

 

The Early Detection & Rapid Response (EDRR) Network Ontario project trains and equips volunteers with the skills and resources needed to better detect and reduce invasive species in Ontario, one community at a time. The EDRR is a partnership between the Invasive Species Centre and the Ontario Invasive Plant Council.

This project will help move invasive species knowledge and action outside of expert circles by arming volunteers with awareness, knowledge and tools to undertake on-the-ground projects in the community. Together, we will increase the awareness of invasive species and support hands-on work to detect them and reduce their impacts.

This workshop is generously supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation