Free Monthly Webinars

Is Mistletoe Invasive?

2:00 p.m. Thursday, December 10th, 2020

 

Mistletoe is a symbol of the winter holidays and the official “floral emblem” of the state of Oklahoma, but is this parasitic plant invasive?  What does “invasive” really mean?  Learn about mistletoe’s biology, effect on native trees, and cultural significance during this seasonal webinar.  We will cover terminology important to invasive species discussions.

Presenters
Karen Hickman, Professor and Director Environmental Science, Ferguson College of Agriculture, Oklahoma State University
Amy Buthod, Botanical Specialist, Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma
Jeri Irby, Reforestation Manager, Forest Regeneration Center, Oklahoma Dept. of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry

Priscilla Crawford, Conservation Specialist, Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma

OkIPC: History, Projects, and Progress

2:00 p.m. Thursday, November 12th, 2020

 

The OkIPC has been working for over 10 years to educate Oklahomans about the economic and ecological impact of invasive species in our state.  The webinar speakers will cover the history, strategy, stakeholders, projects, and progress of the organization.  There will be ample time for audience questions and discussion.

Presenters
Karen Hickman, Professor and Director Environmental Science, Ferguson College of Agriculture, Oklahoma State University
Amy Buthod, Botanical Specialist, Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma
Curtis Tackett, Aquatic Nuisance Species Program Coordinator, Fisheries Biologist, Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation

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OK Invasives is the informational and citizen science project website for the Oklahoma Invasive Plant Council and their partners.

 

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