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Spotted Knapweed

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e-Learning for Realtors and Landscape Architects Webinar - Jun 27, 2018

Webinar to Launch Invasive Species e-Learning for Realtors and Landscape Architects

         

Date: June 27, 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Pacific Time

Presenter: Danielle Toperczer, Invasive Species Council of BC

Overview: The Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) is launching a new e-learning resource designed to help realtors and landscape architects be better prepared to identify invasive species, their impacts and land-owner responsibilities on impacted properties. In partnership with the BC Society of Landscape Architects (BCSLA) and with the financial support of the Real Estate Foundation of BC, this free interactive online training expands the knowledge and understanding of professionals and will provide the necessary tools needed to help protect themselves and their clients from impacts resulting from invasive species. This e-learning tool will be offered free via this website and partnering organizations. Please join us on June 27 for this webinar to learn more about the e-learning on offer, how to protect yourself and your client from invasive species impacts in BC!

Bio: Danielle Toperczer manages and works on key ISCBC projects including program development and communications. She has a B.Sc. from the University of Alberta, majoring in Land Reclamation. Her work experience is diverse and includes a range of natural resource management projects including hydrology, fisheries, range management and not-for-profits. She is a Professional Agrologist and lives in Vernon, BC.

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