This news item was originally published on the SENR website in August 2020.
This week is National Invasive Species Awareness Week. Learn about a tool to help to track and report invasive species.
The Great Lakes Early Detection Network (GLEDN) App can be used to report and track invasive species. Join OSU Extension specialists in forestry, horticulture, wildlife, and aquatic ecology as they share how to use the app to report invasive species in a new webinar “Great Lakes Early Detection Network: Helping Land Managers Track Invasive Species.”
Who should watch?
- Those interested in learning more about infestations of invasive species and their prevention
- Those interested in the origins of apps to track invasive species and in particular the GLEDN App and how it is being used in Ohio and the region
- Those interested in what is in the GLEDN app and how to report sightings of invasive species
This webinar is brought to you by the Ohio Woodlands Stewards (OWS) Program, which offers a variety of resources for woodland owners to grow and develop their forestry skills to apply to their own property. The knowledge gained through OWS programs will lead woodland owners to make better informed decisions when it comes to taking care of their woodland acreage.