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Webinar - Regional Effort on Invasive Species and Climate Change Management
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Webinar - Regional Effort on Invasive Species and Climate Change Management


When: September 11, 2019
12:30 - 1:30 pm
United States
Penny Lewis

Phone: 617-436-5838


Ecological landscaping with climate change to prevent future invasions and assist native migrations Bethany Bradley, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Species are adapted to tolerate a certain range of climate conditions. As a result, species around the world are shifting their ranges in response to climate change. But, many of these species – especially plants – won’t be able to keep up with the rapid pace of climate warming. This talk will explore the idea of supporting assisted migration through our landscaping and gardening. We will look at risk through the lens of invasion ecology to see what that field can tell us about species that pose a higher risk or ecosystems that might be particularly vulnerable. We will also consider risks posed by assisted migration in the context of current practices for selecting ornamental plant species.

Sponsored by: Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA) - The Ecological Landscape Alliance has been a leader in promoting sustainable approaches to landscape design, construction, and management. ELA’s commitment to innovative ideas and evidence-based practices has made the organization both a trusted resource and a vibrant community of landscape professionals and devoted gardeners.

Qualifies for 1 PCH or SLC CEU

For more information and to register click here: Regional Effort on Invasive Species and Climate Change Management


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