Registration open for invasive species workshop

Time: 1-2 p.m. or 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Location: Anchorage Marriottt Downtown, 820 W. Seventh Ave.
<i>Photo courtesy of UAF Cooperative Extension Service</i><br>The aquatic invasive plant elodea is seen here at Sand Lake in Anchorage. The plant can cause problems with boaters and float plane pilots landing on lakes.
Photo courtesy of UAF Cooperative Extension Service
The aquatic invasive plant elodea is seen here at Sand Lake in Anchorage. The plant can cause problems with boaters and float plane pilots landing on lakes.

Registration is open for the Alaska Invasive Species Workshop Oct. 24-26 in Anchorage.

The annual workshop will highlight invasive species policy, research and management, including a focus on eradicating elodea, the aquatic invasive plant. The workshop will take place at the Anchorage Marriott Downtown at 820 W. Seventh Ave.

Registration and workshop information is available at www.alaskainvasives.org. The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service is coordinating the workshop with many agency and private co-sponsors. For more information, contact Gino Graziano at 907-786-6315 or gagraziano@alaska.edu.

ADDITIONAL CONTACT: Debbie Carter, 907-474-5406, dscarter@alaska.edu