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Learn about how to find, ID, report, and the management of invasive species to help keep Georgia’s wild places healthy and beautiful on Wednesday, October 11 at the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo Farm in Savannah, GA. Master Gardeners are eligible to receive Advanced Training credit for participation in this training. Note that AT credit can only be earned once per volunteer for completion of the Georgia First Detector Training program, in-person or virtual.

Become one of Georgia’s First Detectors and help fight the spread of invasive species in our beautiful state. There will be professional speakers from the University of Georgia, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Georgia Forestry Commission, and others. These speakers will discuss topics related to the identification, management, reporting and tracking of invasive insects, plants, wildlife and diseases as well as other programs in place to combat the spread of invasive species in Georgia.

Learn more about the training and register through Eventbrite.

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