From the Hudson Valley Horticulture newsletter:
“Invasive Plants in the Hudson Valley: A Local Update on Research & Management
“The Cornell University Department of Natural Resources and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Westchester & Dutchess Counties will feature a one-day research/management update on Invasive Plants in the Hudson Valley. This program will provide foresters, woodlot managers, arborists/landscapers, and forest landowners an opportunity to learn more about Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM), Principles of Bio-control of Invasive Plants such as Mile-A-Minute, as well as more information about the availability of local land-management resources. Featured speakers will include Dr. Peter Smallidge from Cornell University and Dr. Judy Hough-Goldstein from the University of Delaware.
“This program will take place from 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM on Tuesday June 02 at Lasdon Park & Arboretum, Route 35, Katonah, NY. Continuing Education/Certification Credits have been applied for NYS DEC Pesticide Applicators (Cat. 2, 3a, 10, 25 & 6), and SAF Certified Foresters. 2 ISA Credits have been awarded for ISA Certified Arborists.
For more information or to register for this program, open and complete the attached program brochure in pdf format. Questions about this program may be directed to Rick Harper at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-285-2622, or Stephanie Mallozzi at email@example.com or 845-677-8223 x 104.
Submitted by: by Rick Harper, Cornell Cooperative Extension Westchester County