A state-wide conference for people and groups working to stop the spread of invasive species in Indiana will be held in Noblesville on March 26.
The inaugural 2020 Indiana Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area Conference will be held at the Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds and Conference.
The conference will feature speakers, technical training and the latest updates and research on invasive species threatening Indiana’s native plants and animals.
Conference speakers will discuss the future impacts of invasive species and the impact on forest health, soils and watersheds.
The conference will also feature the introduction of a new app, a pocket guide update for the Terrestrial Plant Rule, information on the Indiana Invasive Initiative and Senate Bill 99, a bill that urges the creation of an interim study committee to study issues related to invasive species.
The Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds and Conference is located at 2003 Pleasant St. in Noblesville.
Registration for the conference is $25 per person and can be completed online.
For more information visit the conference website or call (812) 653-5563.
You can also sign up for conference updates here.