Project Red Training Session 05/14/2011


From the Valley Stewardship Network Calendar: "Participants will be provided the knowledge and materials to be able to identify 16 invasive species of concern including aquatic plants, wetland plants, snails, mussels, crayfish, and algae. After we discuss identification, you will be informed how to monitor for these species within river corridors and how to report your findings. In return, we ask that you monitor your favorite river or stream this summer/fall. Looking for an excuse to get out and paddle and/or wade? You found it! Date: Saturday, May 14th Time: 9:00am – Noon Location: Dane County offices at 1 Fen Oak Court, Madison, WI 53718 (map) Cost: Free AND Delicious Snacks will be Provided!"

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