The Washington Invasive Species Council, created by the State of Washington Legislature in 2006, is tasked with policy level direction, planning, and coordination for combatting harmful invasive species throughout the state and preventing the introduction of others that may be harmful. Join the chair and coordinator of the Washington Invasive Species Council to learn about the strategic objectives of the council in Washington State and some of its core initiatives. In this webinar, Ray Willard and Justin Bush will explore the priorities of the state and ways that Washington State and British Columbia could work together to address shared issues.
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Research Hub members are invited to connect, chat and collaborate on invasive species topics via Slack, a secure multi-platform application for web, desktop and mobile apps. Slack offers real-time messaging, file and screen sharing for invited members. Slack also features a searchable archive, video and voice calling platform. Communication in Slack occurs via topics called “Channels” that members can create, contribute to and follow.