WSWS Rita Beard Endowment Foundation

The Western Society of Weed Science Rita Beard Endowment Foundation was established to support students and early career invasive species managers with educational opportunities including registration and travel to professional meetings. 

The application deadline is November 1, 2017. 

NAISMA Online Invasive Species Management Training Program

Fall 2017 Course Registration Is Available Now. 

NAISMA's Online Invasive Species Management Training Program offers college-level courses designed to provide education for professionals and students who are managing or learning to manage invasive species. Courses provide the most current invasive species identification, control, and management techniques and comply with local and federal regulations. 

The program provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of IVS (InVaSive) Management —including Strategies and methods for Prevention, Early Detection and Rapid Response, and Control. Upon completion of six courses, students will receive a Certificate of Invasive Species Management from NAISMA.

The Fall 2017 semester is a 14-week program beginning Tuesday, September 5, 2017 and will end on Tuesday, December 12, 2017. Click Here to Register.

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USU Priorities in Riparian Restoration Workshops | Sept 26-27 & Oct 24-25

USU Priorities in Riparian Restoration Workshops | Sept 26-27 & Oct 24-25

A Workshop: Setting Watershed-Scale Priorities in Riparian Restoration

NEW DATE: September 26-27, 2017 in Grand Junction, Colorado (focus on ecosystems of the Upper Colorado River Basin)

October 24-25, 2017 at the Saguaro Lake Guest Ranch near Phoenix, Arizona (focus on ecosystems of the Lower Colorado River Basin) READ MORE

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