HWA (Hemlock Woolly Adelgid) kills trees – and it’s here. Invasive plants such as Japanese barberry and tree of heaven are threatening the regeneration of important species, while providing little to no habitat or food for wildlife. But, with your help, we can protect our valuable old-growth forest.
Join us for Citizen Scientist training to learn about imapinvasives, a free tool that you can use to track infestations. We’ll also show you how to identify the invasive pests and plants – then you just report back data whenever you’re in the field. Together we can keep our forest healthy!
Wednesday, 2 October 2019 – 6 pm >> add event to your google calendar
This Free event is open to all, and is co-sponsored by the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History as a project of the Allegheny Forest Health Collaborative. The Gateway Lodge generously donated meeting space – the address is 14870 PA-36, Cooksburg, PA 16217.