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Wednesday, November 11 • 8:45am - 10:15am
GIS Support for Invasive Plant Species Management

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*Scott Lehto, The Kenerson Group; Yao Zhoe, The Kenerson Group; Jeffrey M Taylor, Vegetation Control Service, Inc.

Invasive plant species pose a significant threat to the natural diversity of our ecosystem. They impact our native species, including rare, threatened and endangered species. They threaten the use, enjoyment and value of our property and woodlands. Invasive plant species already cover well over one million acres in the United States and continue to increase in population by 8-20% annually. This threat is recognized throughout the Northeast and many federal, state, non-profit and private entities are working to contain and manage these aggressive invaders. GIS is a key tool in this effort. It is pertinent in the planning and approval process with state and federal agencies and it also aids in communicating vital information with landowners, field staff, abuttors and the public at large. In this discussion, The Kenerson Group and Vegetation Control Service, Inc. will outline the process from project proposal through treatment completion.

Speakers
SL

Scott Lehto

The Kenerson Group
JM

Jeffrey M Taylor

Vegetation Control Service, Inc.
YZ

Yao Zhoe

The Kenerson Group


Wednesday November 11, 2015 8:45am - 10:15am
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