An Introduction to Erect hedge-parsley Best Management Practices: Online Workshop

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Date(s) - Wednesday, July 20 2022
9:00 am - 11:30 am

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An Introduction to Erect hedge-parsley Best Management Practices

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Did you know that Erect hedge-parsley is highly adaptive and can grow in almost any habitat? It has been shown to invade forests, woodlands, grasslands, and roadsides where it forms dense colonies that out-compete native vegetation. Once it is established, it quickly spreads and shades out other plants, reducing the ground vegetation diversity and may also prevent tree regeneration.

Join us for an informative 2.5 hr online workshop which will provide an overview of current Best Management Practices for Erect hedge-parsley based on our NEW Best Management Practices guide!

Learn together with other dedicated individuals and professionals on our interactive virtual learning platform and earn a certificate in Erect hedge-parsley Best Management Practices from the Ontario Invasive Plant Council!

Created with input from experts in Erect hedge-parsley management, this workshop will provide a basic introduction to Erect hedge-parsley, its biology, identification characteristics, and pathways of spread. Attendees will be introduced to recommended strategies for the control of Erect hedge-parsley and Best Management Practices.

Experts will be on hand to answer your questions!

This workshop is for your if:

  • You are responsible for the planning and management of invasive plants.
  • You are currently managing a property with Erect hedge-parsley present.
  • You want to expand your knowledge and learn the latest management practices for this invasive plant.

This workshop will take place on July 20th, 2022 from 9am to 11:30am

 

Questions? Please direct inquiries to Emily Mitchell at Coordinator@oninvasives.ca.

Donation: Your donations help support the availability of our resources and allow us to continue our work in Ontario on responding to the threat of invasive plant species.

Are you an OIPC Member? Apply discount code MEMBER to receive $10 off your registration. Not a member? Purchase an OIPC Membership as an add-on for your registration to qualify for the discount.

Indigenous peoples: Please use the discount code INDIGENOUSVOICES to receive a FREE ticket to this event!

Dedicated Volunteers: Please have your organization contact us by emailing Coordinator@oninvasives.ca to request a discount code for your volunteer group.

Groups of 3 or more: Email Coordinator@oninvasives.ca to request a discount code for multiple attendees participating from the same organization.