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Managing Troublesome Vines Webinar
December 7, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The encroachment of invasive, weedy vines threatens the ecology of many ecosystems, including rights-of-ways, Tribal lands, and home landscapes. During this webinar, experts will explain how to manage invasive vines like kudzu, mile-a-minute vine, and poison ivy to protect the function of local ecosystems and provide a more suitable habitat for wildlife. This webinar is geared toward foresters and arborists, municipal land managers, grounds managers, and Tribal leaders.
This webinar is free to attend. Attendees can earn state agency continuing education credits by viewing this webinar. Please see the registration page for more details.
December 7, 2021 | 2-3:00 PM EST | Followed by a 30 minute Q&A
Identify various types of creeping vines such as kudzo, mile-a-minute vine and poison ivy.
Understand the extent of invasive vine infestation and the potential for ecosystem damage.
Review integrated pest management approaches to control invasive vines and encourage diversified, native ecosystems.
David Clabo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Silviculture
Outreach/Extension, University of Georgia
USDA-ARS Invasive Plant Research Laboratory
Mark Renz, Ph.D.
Professor and Extension Weed Specialist,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Steven Hart, Ph.D.
American Institute for Goat Research,
EPA’s 2021-2022 IPM Webinar Series
The 2021-2022 IPM series is available! All webinars are free and offer state agency continuing education credits. Learn about topics such as ticks, bed bugs, invasive plants, hemlock pests, termites, and more!