June Lecture Registration
on the Rensselaer Plateau
with Jennifer Dean
June 17 2021, 7pm
There are many non-native species established in the region, but knowing what new invasive species to watch for can help slow the spread and reduce negative impacts. Learn how to identify new invasive species and how resource managers collect and use data to prioritize management.
Jennifer Dean is the Invasive Species Biologist for the New York Natural Heritage Program. She provides biological expertise for the state invasive species database, NY iMapInvasives, and uses the data to help partners make informed decisions and prioritize management efforts. Jennifer earned her Ph.D. from Penn State University in Entomology with a focus on plant-insect interactions and a B.S. in Plant Biology from Ohio University.
Pre-registration is required. The suggested voluntary donation is $5, though any amount is welcome. To register, just click the link below.