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November 2, 2017
Central California Invasive Weed Symposium
"The Worth of Weed Control"
Ecosystem Services, Economics and Invasive Weeds
Keynote Speaker: Becky Chaplin-Kramer
Lead Scientist at the Natural Capital Project
Live Oak Community Room
Simpkins Family Swim Center
979 17th Avenue, Santa Cruz
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The $59 registration includes field trips and
a locally sourced organic lunch provided by Feel Good Foods.
Available to qualified applicators attending this event.
Christina McGinnis at email@example.com or (831) 759-7384.
A little about the symposium
The Central California Invasive Weed Symposium is an annual workshop designed to encourage active engagement in the conservation of California wildlands by providing a venue to share information about invasive weed control, native plant restoration, and stewardship for Monterey and Santa Cruz counties. There will be sessions on research, techniques in wildland weed control, laws and regulations.
"This symposium is a great resource for land managers, public and private agencies, crop advisors and research professionals to learn the latest on research and new techniques for controlling invasive weeds," says Assistant Agricultural Commissioner Bob Roach. "There are some really great presentations and networking opportunities."
We hope to see you there!