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Invasive Plants — Issues, Challenges, and Discoveries Webinar Series
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Invasive Plants — Issues, Challenges, and Discoveries Webinar Series: January – May 2014

The USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station is pleased to announce a new webinar series, Invasive Plants — Issues, Challenges, and Discoveries Webinar Series. This free interactive series, which includes seven webinars, will provide attendees with cutting-edge information about invasive plants and their management.  

We encourage land managers, professionals, scientists, and other interested people to attend.

Future Webinars

All webinars will begin at 12:00 PM Mountain Time.

Date Webinar Topic
April 24, 2014 Pathogen-based biological control of grassy weeds (webinar flyer) — Susan Meyer
May 8, 2014 Classical biological control of weedsSharlene Sing

Past Webinars

Date Webinar Presentation
January 23, 2014 Determining Identity & Origin of Invasive Plant SpeciesJohn Gaskin
February 27, 2014 Rapid Evolution of Biocontrol Insects in Response to Climate ChangePeter McEvoy
March 13, 2014 Merging Plant-insect Chemical Ecology with Weed BiocontrolJustin Runyon
March 27, 2014 Hybridization in Weedy SpeciesSarah Ward
April 10, 2014 Biogeography of Plant Invasions (webinar flyer — recording will not be posted) — Dean Pearson

To Participate in a Webinar

To participate in the presentations, please log in to Adobe Connect and dial in by telephone.

If you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before it is recommended that you test your connection:

To join the webinar click on the following link: and select enter as guest, then type your name). No prior registration is necessary for this webinar.

For audio, dial: 1-888-844-9904
Access code: 8405053#

Webinars will be recorded and accessible online as they become available.

For more information please contact Carly Woodlief (webinar technical coordinator).

This webinar series is sponsored by the Station’s Grassland, Shrubland and Desert Ecosystems Science Program.