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PART 2: Take Action Against Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Impacts, ID, & Citizen Science

3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Led by partners from the Adirondack Mountain ClubCapital Region PRISM, and Lake George Land Conservancy, participants will learn how to adopt a trailhead, carry out self-guided HWA field surveys, and collect environmental data using iMapInvasives, a free, easy-to-use, mobile mapping tool. This is an excellent way to support the lands you love and get involved with local conservation while hiking, x-country skiing, or snowshoeing this winter.

In order to maximize this short training, APIPP highly recommends signing up for a free iMapInvasives Account prior to the workshop. Self guided iMap Trainings are available to walk you through the process if you want to get started using these fun maps early! 

Click here to register.