Symposium Registration

View from space of California during 2017 Fires, with header text Cal-IPC Symposium Oct 28-30, 2020

Registration is now closed. We look forward to “seeing” our community online this week at the 2020 Cal-IPC Symposium Online, Oct. 27-30.

Connect with colleagues from across the state – and beyond – to get the latest updates on effective tools, relevant research, and strategic management approaches. During the week of Oct. 27-30, we’ll have session talks, discussion groups, and posters covering a wide range of topics related to invasive plant biology and management.

 

SYMPOSIUM FEATURES:

2019 Symposium Speakers breakout group BMP training Alene Spindel

Attendees to the Best Management Practices Training Session work together in a breakout group. Photo: Alene Spindel

Participate in session talks, discussion groups, and posters covering a wide range of topics related to invasive plant biology and management. Our online format will include opportunities to chat with sponsors/exhibitors, engage during discussion groups, talk to poster presenters, and create video meetups with friends and colleagues.

 

SPECIAL SESSIONS:

  • Keynote: Dan Simberloff on “Invasive Species Denialism and the Future of Invasion Management”
  • Fire, Weeds, and Forest Pests
  • The Future of Invasive Plant Management is Landscape-scale and Collaborative
  • Innovations in Tracking Invasive Plants

 

ALSO FEATURING:

  • Statewide WMA Meeting Join representatives from California’s Weed Management Areas (WMAs) to learn about securing grants, designing projects, researching plants, selecting tools, reporting finds, acquiring permits, and engaging communities.
  • Herbicide Laws & Regulations – Session designed to provide 2 hours DPR credit
  • Early Career Panel – Students and early-career professionals, learn more about careers in weed management with representatives from non-profits, academia, consulting firms, and government agencies.
  • Virtual Poster Session – Join in discussion with poster presenters.
  • Online Exhibitor Gallery – Connect with sponsors and exhibitors.
  • Online Auction – Bid on items to help support Cal-IPC programs.

 

SPECIAL SPEAKER:

Daniel Simberloff stands in a field of green leaves

Daniel Simberloff, special speaker at the 2020 Cal-IPC Symposium Online.

Dr. Daniel Simberloff is the Gore Hunger Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Tennessee and a leading voice for invasion biology worldwide. Along with some 500 publications on ecology, biogeography, evolution, and conservation biology he is Editor-in-Chief of the journal Biological Invasions and author of the book Invasive Species: What Everyone Needs to Know.

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Return policy: Please purchase carefully. No refunds.

 


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