NEAPMS is an organization of professionals of various disciplines who track policy and legislation relating to aquatic plant management, and who participate in related local, regional and national advocacy issues.
BANQUET RAFFLE DONATION
Raffle tickets are sold throughout the duration of the conference toward a drawing during the banquet dinner.
Items must exceed $500.00 in value
The value of a donated item is counted towards sponsorship level
SILENT AUCTION DONATION
A silent auction takes place throughout the duration of the conference until the refreshment break on the final morning. All silent auction proceeds benefit the NEAPMS Scholarship Fund. Although preregistration is preferred, Silent Auction items can be donated at any time during the conference.
Items of all types are needed
Items do not need to be specific to aquatic plant management
Items should be valued at more than $20.00
Items should be in "new" or "marketable" condition
Silent auction donations do not count toward a sponsorship level
Tuesday, March 5
Stacie Hall, Assistant Manager for Pymatuning State Park with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, and Cathy McGlynn, Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, will be presenting on Hydrilla Stakeholder Outreach/Education for Pymatuning State Park in Pennsylvania and the Croton River in New York.
Stacie will present on the park’s invasive species check stations which target boater outreach, as well as coordination with Ohio agencies for the management of hydrilla on that side of the 17,000-acre reservoir.
Cathy will present on the outreach efforts for the Croton River Hydrilla Control Project. She will discuss the communication strategy developed to communicate with stakeholders, as well as aquatic plant monitoring efforts which have involved local entities.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for more information.
For those who are unable to attend, a recording of the webinar will be made available at http://hydrillacollaborative.com
Our Mission: To assist in the management of aquatic vegetation, to provide for the scientific and educational advancement of members, to encourage scientific research in all facets of aquatic plant management, to promote an exchange of information among members and to extend and develop understanding in the discipline.