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Invasive Plant Control Training Offered for Landowners

Mark your calendars and learn to manage out-of-control invasive vegetation on your forest property.

Landowners are invited to register for this comprehensive one-day training located at Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center. This practical, hands-on training by foresters and natural resource professionals will include topics such as: assessing your invasive plant program, the three pillars of invasive plant managements, selecting control options, herbicide use and considerations, control funding and technical assistance, and setting invasive management goals and objectives. It will consist of classroom portions, as well as in-field demonstration of equipment and invasive control methods, and will include lunch.

The training costs $25 and will run from 9am to 5pm on Saturday September 9th. Register by September 1st by contacting Veronica Helming at 812-482-1171 x3, or

This event is hosted by Purdue Extension Forestry & Natural Resources, in cooperation with the Invasive Species Awareness Coalition of Dubois County, the Dubois County Soil & Water Conservation District, and Indiana DNR Forestry.

See attached Invasive Plant Control Training flyer.

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