Participate in Spotter’s Network Workshops

Who can Participate in Spotter's Network Workshops?

Spotter’s Network Workshops benefit community organizations that are interested in gaining knowledge of invasive plants. These workshops are designed for a variety of groups, including:

  • Non-profit societies and charities
  • Outdoor recreation clubs
  • 4-H clubs
  • Girl Guides, Scouts, and Cadets
  • Community sports teams/groups
  • Equestrian clubs
  • Farmers and ranchers
  • Gardening and landscaping clubs
  • Environmental stewardship groups
  • Recreational property owners
  • School groups

If you have a basic understanding of invasive plants, horticulture, forestry or ranching, you are welcome to deliver this workshop on your own behalf; however, we strongly encourage you to contact your regional organization for direction and support to help you get started.

Your regional organization specializes in local invasive species management, and can assist you to customize the PowerPoint presentation to suit your needs and that of the group. In most circumstances, regional coordinators will host Spotter’s Network workshops.

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