Take Action To Keep Our Lakes Healthy

Our lakes are vital to where we live, work and play. But they need our help!

Lesser celandine, Phragmites, and knotweed are three invasive plants in southern Wisconsin that grow in wet areas, such as shorelines, and have significant impacts on our lakes. Learn how to identify them, their affects, and how you can take action by looking for and reporting infestations via email or with the Great Lakes Early Detection Network app.
This is a free event, but registration is required. Please use the following link to register: https://go.wisc.edu/ixpf32
Once registered, a connection link to the webinar will be sent the day before the event.
Presented by:

Jason Granberg- Conservation biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, focusing on invasive species monitoring, control, and grant administration and helping governments, non-profits, and private citizens on invasive species topics.

Anne Pearce – Coordinator of the Wisconsin First Detector Network, a citizen science network that empowers people to take action against invasive species through education and volunteer opportunities.

Hosted by UW-Madison, Division of Extension, Walworth County, in partnership with the Walworth County Lakes Association and other local, regional and statewide organizations. Questions can be directed to Julie Hill, julie.hill@wisc.edu

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