SALINAS - NOVEMBER 16, 2016

EUREKA - DECEMBER 13, 2016

  

Location:

Humboldt County Ag Center,
5630 S Broadway, Eureka, CA 95503
                 
 
 
Agenda:
    
8:00 am  Booths can be set up
  
8:30 am  Registration Open, Light Refreshments and Booth Viewing
  
9:00 am Welcome
  
9:15 am Best Controls for the Common Problem Species – Josh Davy, UC Cooperative Extension Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor
  
9:45 am Managing Baccharis “Coyote Brush" – Jeff Stackhouse, UC Cooperative Extension Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor 
  
10:15 am Reseeding to Improve Biodiversity, Livestock Forage, and Wildlife Habitat – Elise Gornish, Ph.D., UC Cooperative Extension Specialist in Restoration Ecology
      
10:45 am Break
   
11:00 am Forest Pest Management - George H. Severson, Wilbur-Ellis Company
    
11:30 Adaptive Grazing Management for Weed Control – Leslie Roche, Ph.D., Rangeland Cooperative Extension Specialist
 
12:00 pm Lunch (included with registration)
  
1:15 pm Traditional Knowledge on Invasive Species Management – Capture and Share
     
1:30 pm Effective and Efficient Tools for Invasive Species Management –  Guy Kyser, UC Davis Research Specialist
   
2:00 pm DPR Laws and Regulations Update - Sidney Hilton, Department of Pesticide Regulation
      
2:30 pm Case Study: Mattole Restoration Council – John Summers, Invasive Plant Program Manager, Mattole Restoration Council
     
3:00 pm Closing Remarks
      
3:30 pm Adjourn to Refreshments and Networking
        
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*Continuing Education Credits for DPR are pending and SRM has 4.5 CEU approved for all workshops.