There are a variety of workshops, seminars and events that are available for professionals that work in the ever-changing and evolving field of invasive species management. If you would like your event posted on our page please contact us.
We are holding our annual Land Mangers meeting on Thursday March 4 from 1:00-4:00 pm. The event will be held virtually this year. The purpose of the meeting is to share work plans relating to invasive plant management for the coming season and any invasive plant issues of note from last year, and then review … Read more
The INVASIVES 2021 Forum & AGM is going virtual from February 9-11, 2021. The annual event hosted by the Invasive Species Council of BC promises great keynote speakers, informative sessions and lighting talks. In addition plenty of opportunities to network with colleagues from across the province about all things invasive species. For more details including … Read more
Join the Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) for their Invasive Species and Tourism webinar . It will highlight: the connections between invasive species and the tourism industry the impacts on biodiversity, the economy, and the industry as a whole; and how the industry can work to prevent their spread. The webinar is an introduction … Read more
Join us for a half day workshop to learn the latest in techniques for controlling invasive yellow flag iris. Workshop Details: Date: Tuesday September 1, 2020 Location: Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area, please meet in front of the Kootenay Columbia Discovery Centre Address: 1760 W Creston Rd, Creston, BC Time: 9:00AM-12 Register by clicking here … Read more
Every year the Invasive Species Council of BC holds an Annual Public Forum & AGM. INVASIVES 2020 – ISCBC’s 15th Annual Forum & AGM – takes place Feb 11 – 13, 2020 at the Pacific Gateway Hotel in Richmond, BC. WHY ATTEND? The INVASIVES 2020 Forum incorporates a variety of workshops, keynote presentation, plenary and … Read more
Participants from all levels of government, indigenous organizations, businesses, professionals, academia and non-profits are all invited to discuss and identify shared approaches to stop the introduction and spread of invasive species to Canada’s landscapes. Keynote Presentation: Australia’s Evolving Biosecurity – Integrating the Environment into an Agricultural-based System; Andrew Cox, Invasive Species Council of Australia Andrew … Read more
Workshop Description: In this workshop, Laurie Frankcom from the Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society (CKISS), Valerie Huff and Brenda Beckwith, botanists and members of the Kootenay Native Plant Society (KNPS), and with Megan Read, District Aboriginal Education Teacher will review a variety of educational strategies, hands-on activities, and fieldwork planning tools to support students in … Read more