On August 19, 2021 from 10am-12:30pm at the Nicholson Nature Center Pavilion Learn how to identify and report invasive species with the Lake St. Clair CISMA, and the Clinton River Watershed Council. Discover how to use the free Midwest Invasive Species Information Network (MISIN) app to report invasive species. Follow up with a chat about southeast Michigan’s common native and invasive species, how to identify them, and how they affect our local waterways. Then join in a guided walk through the beautiful trails, while putting your ID skills to the test and using the MISIN app to report any invasive species encounters.
Please note, wifi will not be available, so you may want to download the app prior to the workshop. It is a free application available on the Apple App Store and Android Google Play.
Current CDC guidelines for COVID-19 will be followed, please prepare accordingly. We will also provide extra masks and hand sanitizer.
Visit CRWC.ORG/events or click: http://bit.ly/Invasive_Registration
The Lake St. Clair CISMA is funded by the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program www.michigan.gov/invasives