June 5 to 9, 2023 (12:00 to 1:00 pm each day) -
Invasive Species Action Week Lunchtime Talks
Invasive species are arriving in California with increasing frequency. The best time to stop them is before they arrive, and federal, state, and local agencies are keeping their eyes out for new arrivals and threats on the horizon. When they do arrive, Early Detection and Rapid Response are critical to their management. Many detections are made by individuals not associated with any agency or university, and through community/participatory science programs, almost anyone can help to spot the next invasive.
Webinars are free, but registration is required for each day. Visit the California Invasive Species Action Week Lunchtime Talks websitefor more information and registration.
There are NO CEUs offered for these webinars. Please contact Randall Oliver (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
- Monday, June 5 – Rapid Response and Eradication of Caulerpa in California: Lessons Learnedby Rachel Woodfield
- Tuesday, June 6 – Participatory Science as a Tool to Monitor Invasive Tree Pests byDr. Beatriz Nobua-Behmann
- Wednesday, June 7 – Proactive Biological Control of Invasive Pests by Dr. Ricky Lara
- Thursday, June 8 – Early Detection and Rapid Response for Invasive Plants in California by Dr. Chris McDonald
- Friday, June 9 – Rapid Spread of Invasive Aquatic Plants in the Changing San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuaryby Dr. Brenda Grewell