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2020 Ohio Invasive Plants Council Annual Meeting

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Eagleview Lodge, Blacklick Woods Metro Park Golf Course

7309 East Livingston Avenue

Reynoldsburg, OH 43068

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The 2020 Ohio Invasive Plants Council's Annual Meeting seeks to encourage continued interaction among land managers, researchers, the green industry, and the interested public concerning the ecology and management of invasive plants in natural and managed ecosystems. This year's meeting offers 7 speakers on a variety of topics including the OIPC Assessment Protocol, aquatic invasive species, recent research grant recipient's topics, and invasive plant control efforts at the Cincinnati Nature Center. Morning refreshments and lunch are provided as part of the registration cost.

The draft agenda is as follows:

9:30 Registration; refreshments & drinks

10:00 Welcome; Report on 2019 Accomplishments & 2020 Plans

Jennifer Windus, President, OIPC

10:30 Making Progress in Assessing Invasive Plants in Ohio: Updates on the OIPC Protocol and ODA Regulation

Dr. Theresa Culley, University of Cincinnati & OIPC Assessment Team

11:30 Ohio’s Aquatic Invasive Species Advisory Committee & Current Issues

Eugene Braig, Aquatic Ecosystems Program Director, Ohio State University Extension

11:45 Awards: 2020 Research Grant Recipients & 2019 Award of Recognition

12:00 Lunch & Networking: Box lunches for those who ordered them in advance.

1:00 Three Aquatic Invasive Macrophytes in Ohio: Hydrilla verticillata, Nymphoides peltata, and Hydrocharis morsus-ranae

Mark Warman, Aquatic Invasive Species Project Coordinator, Cleveland Metro Parks

1:30 Colonization of Invasive Amur Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) by Native Caterpillar Communities in Southwest Ohio

Sarah Workman, Wright State University & OIPC research grant recipient

1:45 Implications of Seed Germination and Seedling Survival on the Spread of Callery Pear

Tziporah Serota, University of Cincinnati & OIPC research grant recipient

2:00 Inspiring Conservation: Volunteer Success at Cincinnati Nature Center

Olivia Espinoza, Natural Areas Manager, Cincinnati Nature Center

2:45 Wrap-up & closing remarks

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Eagleview Lodge, Blacklick Woods Metro Park Golf Course

7309 East Livingston Avenue

Reynoldsburg, OH 43068

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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