When February 15, 2024 at 2:00pm 1 hr
Where Online Event London, ON, Canada

This presentation discusses the introduction, spread and distribution of invasive species, including identification and management techniques of common invasive species including some tips and tricks, while also highlighting plants and forest pathogens. Learn the importance of monitoring and planning for next steps within a larger context of invasive species management.

Our speaker, Brandon Williamson, is the Land Management Coordinator for Upper Thames River Conservation Authority.

He is responsible for managing over 5000 acres of land in both rural and urban environments, including active and passive CA’s, wetlands, forests, flood plains, agricultural lands and urban natural areas. Brandon draws on his 25 years of forestry and land management experience, working with community partners to provide forest management, ecological restoration, risk management, enforcement, and invasive species management. As a Registered Professional Forester and ISA Arborist, he understands the importance of balancing the management of natural heritage features while fostering strong relationships between UTRCA, partner municipalities, indigenous communities, community groups, and all levels of government.

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