Annual Invasive Species Workshop
About the Workshop
The Alaska Committee for Noxious and Invasive Pest Management organize an invasive species workshop held annually in the late fall. The workshop rotates between locations in Anchorage, Fairbanks and various rural communities.
The workshop is a forum for discussing invasive species management activities within the state, offers expert presentations about emerging invasive species science and management issues, and training for new and experienced invasive species managers alike. The workshop typically draws 100 to 150 participants.
The 2017 Conference and Workshop
- AGENDA - Coming soon!
The City and Anchorage is largest city Alaska and a hub for Southcentral Alaska where a variety of invasive species issues are addressed. Southcentral Alaska, has several active invasive species management groups working on issues including eradication of Elodea, management of various other species, and outreach. This year's workshop will host a variety of topics highlighting legacies of invasive species introduction and management as well as emerging issues statewide.
Worshops are being developed and will include introductory and advnanced topics to accomodate those that are new to or experienced in invasive species management and outreach. Typically the conference and workshop are worth between 9 and 12 continuing education units for certified pesticide applicators of Alaska.
Registration and Accommodations
Call for Speakers
Please submit abstracts by September 1st, 2017. Email abstracts as a Word document to Gino Graziano at firstname.lastname@example.org. An example is included to refer to when preparing your abstract in the abstract guidelines.
After reviewing abstracts we will contact speakers that make the final agenda by October 4th. If you have any questions please contact Gino Graziano at email@example.com, 907-786-6315. Thank you! We look forward to seeing you at the conference.
Certified Pesticide Applicators, Continuing Education Units
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation typically offers between 9 and 18 continuing education units for Certified Pesticide Applicators of Alaska that attend the full workshop. When the agenda is finalized we will hear from DEC how many CEU each day of the 2017 conference will be worth.
7th Annual Meeting (Anchorage 2006)
8th Annual Meeting (Fairbanks 2007)
11th Annual Meeting (Fairbanks 2010)
12th Annual Meeting (Anchorage 2011)
13th Annual Meeting (Kodiak 2012)
14th Annual Meeting (Fairbanks 2013)
15th Annual Meeting (Anchorage 2014)
16th Annual Meeting (Juneau 2015)
17th Annual Meeting (Fairbanks 2016)