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EVERGREEN: Invasive Species Workshop -- Dog-Strangling Vine

Invasive Species Workshop -- Dog-Strangling Vine

Come hear local invasive species experts talk about the impact of dog-strangling vine on natural areas in our community and learn about methods of eradicating it.  Stick around afterwards to chat with the experts and enjoy refreshments provided by the Sustainability Office.


Experts include:

Prof R. Fulthorpe (UTSC) - Intro on Biology of Dog Strangling Vine

Prof. Chris Lortie (York University) - Fighting Invasive Species

Pat Mohr, Rouge Valley Foundation, Control Experiences in the Rouge Park

Cara Webster, City of Toronto, Control Experiences in High Park

Paul Abell/Michelle Arsenault, Evergreen, Control Methods

Jim Robb, Friends of Rouge Park, DSV Impacts in the Rouge Valley

What: Invasive Species Workshop -- Dog-Strangling Vine

When: Friday, February 29th, 2008, 12:30pm-3:30pm

Where: Miller Lash House

Who: Everyone Welcome, Free Admission

Hosted by: U of T Scarborough Sustainability Office

RSVP:

on-campus - please use the Intranet

off-campus - please contact Tim Lang at sustain@utsc.utoronto.ca




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