Training Classes Around Finger Lakes to Identify Invasive Species

Five training courses around the Finger Lakes are being offered to train you how to identify aquatic invasive species.  The courses will inform you on how to locate and identify hazardous species that have invaded our lakes like Hydrilla found in Cayuga Lake.  As well as, what to do and how to report your findings if you should find an invasive species. 

Courses will be offered by the Watershed Assessment Associates and Finger Lakes Institute July 22nd at Wells College in Aurora at 6pm, July 23rd at the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Ithaca at 1pm and Finger Lakes Institute in Geneva at 6pm.  July 24th at the Yates County Office Building in Penn Yan at 10am and First Presbyterian Church in Skaneateles at 6pm.  The training is free and open to the public. 

For more information call 253-1107 or mwunderlich@co.cayuga.ny.us.




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