Citizen Lake Monitoring Training - Woodland Dunes - 05/09/2009


This workshop starts at 8:30 am at the Woodlands Dunes Nature Centerand Preserve off Hwy 310 on the west side of Two Rivers. The address is3000 Hawthorne Ave., Two Rivers. To register for this workshop, or formore information, contact ________, Woodland Dunes Nature Center andPreserve, Manitowoc County. Phone: (___) ___-____. E-mail:________________ The Citizen Lake Monitoring Network Aquatic InvasiveSpecies (AIS) monitoring workshop speakers provide details on aquaticinvasive species identification and life cycles; instructions on how toorganize an effective monitoring team; where and when to look for theinvasives; as well as what to do if you suspect that you have found aninvasive plant or animal. Most workshops will offer hands-on trainingfor invasive species identification. Workshop hosts will offer participants a monitoring kit at no charge (one free kit per lake).Additional kits and supplies helpful in assisting you in collection andidentification of the plants and animals may be offered “for sale” atthe workshops. These materials are optional, but many volunteer foundthem useful. For more information on the CLMN program, visit:http://www.uwsp. edu/cnr/uwexlakes/clmn.

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