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FL-PRISM Spring Partnership Meeting

Friday, April 8, 2016


Montezuma Audubon Center (MAC)

2295 NY-89, Savannah, NY 13146


1:00pm Welcome and meeting objective
1:00-1:10 Hilary Mosher, Coordinator, FL-PRISM

Updates from the PRISM, 2015_2016 Highlights, 2016_2017 Work Plan, Strategic Plan and Annual Report Update,

Report of 2016-2017 Subcontract program,

Final reports for 2015_2016 Subcontract Awards
1:10-1:25 Chris Lajewski, Center Director, Montezuma Audubon Center

‘Introduction to the MAC and Invasive Species Education and Outreach Program (MARSH!) at the MAC’

1:25-1:40 Kathryn Amatangelo, Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Biology, The College at Brockport

‘People and Plants: Does the Suburban Landscape Support Native Species?’

1:40-1:55 Eva Sztechmiller, Technician, Onondaga County Soil and Water Conservation District

‘Selective Preservation of Ash Trees Through Trunk Injection in Response to the Presence of Emerald Ash Borer in Onondaga County’

1:55-2:10 Bill Brown, Assistant Professor, Division of Natural Resources, Keuka College

‘Managing Invasive Wild Parsnip through Removal and Replacement with Native Plants’

2:10-2:25 Kevin Farrell, Land Steward Director

‘Managing Invasive Plants to Facilitate Forest Regeneration at Island Cottage Woods Preserve’

2:25-2:30 Stand up, stretch legs and arms, sit back down
2:30-2:45 Chris Manchester, Sustainability Manager, Town of Dewitt

‘Slowing the Spread; Mitigate, Monitor, and Manage EAB’

2:45-3:05 James Balyszak, Hydrilla Task Force of the Cayuga Lake Watershed

‘Cayuga Lake Watershed Hydrilla Project: Hydrilla and Plant Community Monitoring and Sampling’

3:05-3:20 Hilary Lambert, Steward, Executive Director, Cayuga Lake Watershed Network

‘Doubling Down on Hydrilla and Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Across the Cayuga Lake Watershed’

3:20-3:40 Carrie Marschner, Invasive Species Specialist, Cornell University School of Integrated Plant Science

Hemlock Initiative

3:40-4:00 Closing remarks, networking and tour of Montezuma Audubon Center


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