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NOTE: The 2020 seminar will be a webinar split into two days - sign up for each part separately.

Part One, September 23, 8:00-11:30 am (optional Q&A to 12:00 pm)

  • Weed List Overview and New Noxious Weeds, Sasha Shaw, KCNWCP
  • Early detection species: lesser known noxious weeds that could be your next worst nightmare, Tricia MacLaren, KCNWCP
  • WSDA Pesticide Update, Rusty Sauls, Washington State Department of Agriculture
  • Feature Weeds, Part One: A closer look at yellow flag iris, butterfly bush, and English ivy, Dan Sorensen and Ashlie Arthur, KCNWCP
  • Overview of common herbicides used for noxious weed control, Ben Peterson, KCNWCP
  • Swamp monsters: wetland and aquatic weeds to watch for, Ben Peterson, KCNWCP

Part Two, September 30, 12:30-3:30 pm (optional Q&A to 4:00 pm)

  • Feature Weeds, Part Two: A closer look at holly, yellow archangel, blackberry and Scotch broom, Ashley Shattuck and Sasha Shaw, KCNWCP
  • Biocontrol agents at work on noxious weeds in western Washington, Jennifer Andreas, WSU Extension
  • Amphibian Exposure to Aquatic Herbicides, Amy Yahnke PhD, Washington Department of Ecology
  • Watching out for wildlife: weed control strategies for reducing impacts on birds and amphibians, Margaret Wagner, KCNWCP and Christie Caldwell, City of Bellevue Parks and Community Services

Cost: Free (pre-registration required)

Registration: Sign up for each part separately on Eventbrite:

Part One, Sept 23, 8:00-11:30am (4 WSDA recertification credits)
Part Two, Sept 30, 12:30-3:30pm (3 WSDA recertification credits)

Credits: WSDA Pesticide License Recertification Credits approved (7 credits total - 4 for Part One, 3 for Part Two)

For more information: contact Marta Olson or Sasha Shaw.

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Program offices are located at 201 S. Jackson St., Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98104. To contact staff, see the Noxious Weed Control Program Directory, send an email, or call 206-477-WEED (206-477-9333).