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Monday, July 10, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Have you ever seen a dead or dying tree along the roadside, in a park, or even in your own backyard? Aliens may have invaded that tree! Find out more during a 20-minute environmental story about invasive species in our parks and forests. Then enjoy a 30-minute guided walk on the Humphrey Nature Center grounds to see tree species that are vulnerable to invasive insects, such as the emerald ash borer. This event is suitable for all audiences, and there will be an activity for younger school-aged children during the presentation.
Registration: NONE, For more information, please contact Jim Kernan (firstname.lastname@example.org, SUNY Geneseo Department of Geography).
For more information on this or the 70 events of NYS Invasive Species Awareness Week, visit: www.FingerLakesInvasives.org
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