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2020 CISMA Conference: Invasive Species and Watersheds

Thursday, August 20, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

2020 CISMA Conference: Invasive Species and Watersheds

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Event Details

Event rescheduled to August 20th, 2020!

General info
Please join us for our Inaugural CISMA Conference. We will provide technical training, share some of the latest research on impacts of invasive species, particularly plants and insects, provide an overview of the Terrestrial Plant Rule (which becomes enforceable April 2020), and more. The conference is expected to draw 300 attendees.

Who should attend?  
Anyone with a personal or professional interest in invasive species: CISMA representatives, park professionals, land managers, foresters, arborists, contractors, farmers, landscape professionals, etc.

The purpose of the conference is to:

  • Increase knowledge of invasive species – from ID to management,
  • Promote land management and design that focuses on avoidance of invasive species and the increased use of native species,
  • Generate an appreciation of our native natural resources.

 While the conference pertains to invasive species management, the goal of the conference is to build partnerships across the state that exchange information, and build opportunities for interaction to increase capacity for restoration and conservation.

Volunteer
Want to help out at the conference? After you register, fill out the volunteer sign up form here

 


Sponsorship
Sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses and organizations who would like to support the conference and/or have a vendor table to connect with attendees.  Sponsorship levels and benefits can be viewed HERE. Enter you sponsorship info in the ticket area above.

 


Draft Agenda

8:00 AM-9:00 AM: Registration / Socializing

9:00-9:10: Welcome

9:15-10:00: Evaluating the Impacts of Invasive Species on Our Future (Stephanie Downs). A Review of Research of Invasive Species on Forest Health, Soils and Watersheds.

10:05-11:00: Management Techniques (Lenny Farlee)

11:05-11:20 – Weed Wrangler Awards (III Regional Specialists)

11:20-12:00: Networking

12:00-1:00: Lunch

1:00-1:40: Kudzu and Spotted Lantern Fly Updates (Ken Cote and Vince Burkle)

1:45-2:30: Role of Native Plants in Supporting Biodiversity in Soils, Arthropods and Birds (Deb Marr)

2:30– 2:45: Break

2:45-3:30: MIPN Native Woody Alternatives App (Clair Ryan)

3:30-3:45: The Terrestrial Plant Rule, Pocket Guide Update

3:45-4:30: Status of the Indiana Invasives Initiative / Senate Bill 99 Update

4:30: Weed Wrangle Indiana / Grassroot Efforts and Closing Remarks

 



 

CEU Details

 

We are pleased to be able to offer ISA, SAF, and CCH continuing education credits! If you would like to apply for other CEUs we will provide you with a certificate of attendance.

 

All listed credits are for the full day of the conference. To find out credit values of specific talks contact Elizabeth Barnes (barne175@purdue.edu).

 

International Society of Arboriculture

 

  • Arborist Credits: 3
  • Municipal Credits: 3
  • BCMA Science: 2
  • BCMA Management: 1

 

 

 

 

Office of Indiana State Chemist Continuing Certification Hours (CCHs)

 

  • Cat 2: 3 CCHs
  • Cat 3A: 1 CCH
  • Cat 6: 2 CCHs
  • RT: 3 CCHs

  

 

Society of American Foresters

 

  • Cat 1: 4.5

 

 

 

 

 

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Hamilton County Fairgrounds
2003 Pleasant Street
Noblesville, IN 46060

Thursday, August 20, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)


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