The Mt Hood National Forest and the Clackamas SWCD’s WeedWise Program are pleased to host an Identification, Early Detection and Reporting of Invasive Plants Workshop for the Mt. Hood National Forest. Anyone working or recreating in the Mt. Hood National Forest will want to attend. This free training will teach you to identify priority weeds for the Mt Hood National Forest and teach you how to report your findings.
This training will be presented by Julie Combs of the Pacific Northwest Invasive Plants Council in cooperation with the Columbia Gorge Cooperative Weed Management Area. This training is the first of its kind in Oregon and builds upon a growing network of citizen science based trainings occurring throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Now for the details!
When: Thursday, April 30th; 10:00 am-12:30pm
Where: Mt. Hood National Forest Headquarters, 16400 Champion Way, Sandy, OR 97055
(Park in the visitor parking lot on the west side of the building (the building’s main entrance). Enter through the front door. Sign in at the front desk and get a visitor pass from the receptionists.)
These training workshops are free but space is limited!
If you would like to attend, PLEASE REGISTER WITH JULIE COMBS or call 615-812-5295 to reserve your place.
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