OSU Schedules Invasive Species Conference in Oklahoma CityWed, 05 Mar 2014 16:53:15 CST
Have you ever wondered how to look for an emerald ash borer; what exactly is a bagrada bug, or if you should worry about feral hogs? There are many invasive species that threaten Oklahoma stakeholders in different ways.
Attendees can learn more about what to look out for now and in the future at the Oklahoma Invasive Species Conference scheduled for March 25 at the Wyndham Garden Inn in Oklahoma City. The conference will be hosted by Oklahoma State University.
The purpose of the conference is to educate the people of Oklahoma about invasive species that threaten the economic and ecological health of the state. Speakers will cover regulatory information, species identification, control methods, and environmental impact.
CCA CEUs, pesticide applicator CEUs, and in-service credit will be given for attendance. Early registration is $35.00 or $50.00 after March 10th. Registration is limited so sign up soon and promote this event to your stakeholders.
Click here for a full agenda, registration and hotel information.
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