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Invasive plant species including Japanese Barberry have been found to increase the risk of exposure to Lyme Disease. Controlling Japanese Barberry can reduce the risk of exposure to Lyme Disease while also increasing growing space for native wildflowers and tree seedlings.
During this workshop, you will learn techniques for an integrated program of invasive plant control in forest understories including: treatment techniques (flame weeding, mechanical control, herbicide application), site evaluation, time estimations for treatments, and field safety. There will be a hands-on demonstration of techniques and equipment.
Instructors: Jeffrey Ward (CAES), Thomas Worthley (UCONN - Coop. Ext.), J. P. Barsky (CAES)
Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Place: White Memorial Foundation, Point Folly Campground Entrance on N. Shore Rd., Litchfield, CT along Bantam Lake.
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Workshop is Free of Charge
Space is Limited, Register Early
Contact Thomas Worthley
Pre-Register or for more information
(860) 345-5232, firstname.lastname@example.org
CEU Credits Approved for this Course include: CT Certified Forest Practitioner (1.0 hours)
3 credits for Forest Pest Control (2), Ornamentals and Turf (3A), Rights-of-Way (6)