ISCBC offers a series of webinars on special topics for our partners, ambassadors, interested stakeholders and the general public. Webinars provide a venue for sharing current invasive species information, research, new ideas, and opportunities to take action. We encourage anyone involved or interested in invasive species management to participate—everyone is welcome! These webinars may be of particular interest to gardeners, stewardship groups, educators, land managers, and other professionals. We welcome webinar topic suggestions; please email us your suggestions.
Visit our webinar archive for a growing collection of completed webinars on engaging topics like invasive fire ants, zebra and quagga mussels, invasive animals, aquatics, youth and education, and more!
This talk will explore the use of environmental DNA to detect invasive fish species in water bodies with the goal of developing the best approach to eDNA metabarcoding fish detection in BC lakes
This talk will explore the issue of the aquatic invasive Parrot's Feather in Richmond, BC and the efforts to tackle this aquarium plant when it is let loose in our waterways.
This talk will focus on several new invasive plant species that pose significant threats to BC’s grasslands, including how to identify and report them and the most likely places they will occur.