Winter Webinar Series

Sharing the most accurate and current information on invasive plant control is vitally important. We use our annual OIPC Winter Webinar Series to help make the most important developments in invasive plant control available to stakeholders across Ontario. Join us through these webinars to stay up to date on latest developments regarding invasive plant control, prevention and other important topics. Webinar recordings and presentations are also archived below for our network to use. Want to stay in the loop on OIPC updates, including webinar registration reminders? Subscribe to the OIPC email mailing list.

The 2019 OIPC Winter Webinar series was a great success! Webinar recordings and PDF presentations have now been archived below. We would like to thank the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for their support of the 2019 Winter Webinar Series. We look forward to upcoming Winter Webinar Series and will post scheduling information here when there is more news.

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2019 Webinar Series

DSV Biocontrol with Hypena opulenta in Ontario
The CFIA's Invasive Plant Program
Hazardous Plants: Giant Hogweed, Wild Parsnip and Poison Ivy
Phragmites Collaborative and Adaptive Management Framework
Invasive Species Control and Restoration on Pelee Island
Toronto Ravine Revitalization Study: 1977-2017

2017/18 Webinar Series

Building Invasive Species Awareness at the Community Level
An Ontario History: Purple Loosestrife & Biocontrol
Managing Ontario's 3 Biggest Aquatic Invasive Plants: European Water Chestnut, Eurasian Watermilfoil and Water Soldier
Implications of Exotic Earthworms for Plant Invasions & Restoration
Large scale Invasive Phragmites Control: Long Point Emergency Use Registration Pilot Project Update
Implementing Biological Control for Invasive Plants in Ontario

2016/17 Webinar Series

Tackling the Norway Maple Problem: Using Ecological Integrity & Silviculture to Guide Forest Restoration
Water Soldier Update: Control and Management in Ontario
MNRF: Invasive Phragmites Control Efforts in Lake Erie Coastal Wetlands
Update on: The Invasive Species Act
The OPWG: An Introduction to Video Storytelling with Invasive Plants
Successful Management of Phragmites in Georgian Bay

2015/16 Webinar Series

Invasive Phragmites Management in Municipal Drains: The City of Kingsville
Building Partnerships to deal with Invasive Phragmites: A Grass Roots Perspective
Best Management Practices: Japanese Knotweed
Clean Equipment Protocol: Inspecting and Cleaning Equipment for the Purposes of Invasive Species Prevention
Best Management Practices: Wild Parsnip

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