- Author: Gale Perez
11/9/2016 • Woodland, CA
11/16/2016 • Salinas, CA
11/17/2016 • Fresno, CA
12/13/2016 • Eureka, CA
12/14/2016 • Susanville, CA
The direct annual cost to monitor and control invasive plants in California is $82 million, and the indirect economic impacts are even larger. Join the fight to reduce noxious weeds and get trained at the 2016 Workshop Series!
- Highlights of cost-effective approaches that maximize success
- Showcase of effective strategies to manage invasive species--plants and wildlife
- Featuring reduced-risk practices while promoting biodiversity
- Discussions of economic losses caused by invasive species on rangelands--forage value and livestock toxicity
- Weed identification: Bring a weed or plant sample and have it identified by experts
- Joe DiTomaso, UC Davis Professor and UC Cooperative Extension Non-crop Weed Specialist
- Ken Tate, UC Davis Professor and UC Cooperative Extension Rangeland Watershed Sciences Specialist
- Morgan Doran, UC Cooperative Extension Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor
- Marcia Booth, Senior Analytical Chemist, California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System, UC Davis
- Guy Kyser, UC Davis Weed Science Specialist
- Elise Gornish, UC Cooperative Extension Restoration Ecology Specialist
- and more...
COST: $15 (includes materials, lunch and refreshments)
For additional details and to register visit www.KnockOutWeeds.com.