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February 11 @ 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Our next CWMA meeting is coming up next month on February 11 at the Medford Interagency Office at 3040 Biddle Road, Medford, OR 97504 from 9:30am to noon. This is a new location for our CWMA, so please mark it on your calendars. The meeting will feature two guest presentations. First is Troy Abercrombie, the new Western Invasives Network (WIN) Coordinator. Troy will talk to us about WIN and the Oregon Invasives Hotline. This is a great opportunity for us to learn more about the broader noxious weed work occurring throughout the state, and share our trials and successes with WIN. Next we will transition to “Weeds to Watch For” with Carri Pirosko (ODA) and Kyle Strauss (Strauss Ecological Services). This presentation is perfect for those who are new to the noxious weed world or looking to become more aware as the 2020 field season approaches.
This year we are changing up the CWMA meeting schedule. The new meeting format is designed to expand our partnership and increase interest in local noxious weed management. Our CWMA meetings will be held quarterly, alternating between Jackson and Josephine County. Each CWMA meeting will include a guest speaker, tour, and/or hand’s-on learning component. As always, we will include time for networking and information sharing in every meeting. The CWMA meetings will also include updates from the working groups. The new working group structure, which is modeled on other CWMAs, provides a venue for folks to discuss specific weed management strategies and logistics in between the quarterly CWMA meetings.
Participating in the Jackson and Josephine County Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) partnership provides the best opportunity to educate ourselves and plug into local weed management efforts. Please help spread the word by sharing this meeting announcement with anyone you think is interested in (or should be) being involved.
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