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Invasive Plant Identification Training

May 13 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Calling all volunteers – learn how to identify common invasive plants! Mike Gagnon, Hillsborough County Forester, will teach the basics of plant identification and lead participants through field identification of bittersweet, multiflora rose and more. This workshop is specifically for New Hampshire Audubon volunteers who are interested in getting involved in invasive plant management at NH Audubon’s Massabesic Center and becoming a NH Audubon Invasive Champion. This is the second event in the NH Audubon Invasive Champion Training series. Registration is required. Rain Date: 5/20.

This event may take place inside and outside, please come prepared for either. Bring water, a snack and note-taking materials.

To register visit: https://naturegroupie.org/experiences/invasive-plant-identification-training

Details

Date:
May 13
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Event Category:

Venue

Massabesic Center
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH United States
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Organizer

Kimmie Whiteman
Phone:
(603) 668-2045
Email:
kwhiteman@nhaudubon.org
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