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Controlling Invasives and Promoting Native Plants Through Collaborative Efforts in the Southeast

Date

February 01, 2010

Location

Camp St. Christopher, Seabrook Island, SC

Narrative

The spread of invasive plants is a major concern across the Southeast. Many agencies and organizations exist in this region which, through working together, have the capacity to address the spread of invasives. Many invasive species conferences are oriented around informational presentations, with limited time to discuss on-the-ground actions, coordination of efforts, goal-setting and how to achieve those goals. Thus, this workshop will focus on maximizing the interaction between participants with focused breakout groups, hands-on exercises, and panel-led discussions.

Contact

Rebekah Walker, CTP Coordinator

Phone: (843) 953-9024

WalkerR@dnr.sc.gov

Type
  • Workshop
Audience
  • Academics
  • Coastal/Resource Managers
  • Environmental Orgs
  • General Public
  • Landscape Architects
  • Local Government
Categories
  • Biodiversity Conservation
  • Growth Management
  • Invasive Species
Focus Areas
  • Region: Southeastern U.S. Coast
Quarter
  • Winter 10 (Jan - Mar)
Leading Org.
  • ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, SC Department of Natural Resources
Supporting Orgs.
  • SCDNR
  • North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
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