INVASIVE PLANTS CONFERENCE SET APRIL 26
AUBURN, Ala. -- Jim Bean of BASF will speak on available funding programs and a video presentation of "Alien Invaders: Invasive Plants of Alabama" will address research for control of invasive plants when the Alabama Invasive Plant Council holds its fifth annual conference on April 26 at Auburn University from 8 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. in the first-floor conference room of the School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences.
The public is invited to learn more about the critical problem of plant invasions in Alabama and current efforts to control them.
Conference participants will be eligible for the awarding of 10 recertification points for pesticide applicators as well as 3.5 CFE credits for foresters.
The $30 registration (free to students with student identification and professor recommendation) includes membership in ALIPC and the Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council, and a subscription to Wildland Weeds magazine.
For more information, contact Howard Peavey, president of ALIPC, at
firstname.lastname@example.org, (334) 242-6282, or visit www.se-eppc.org/alabama/.
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