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Hi <<First Name>>,

We are back after a busy summer and, like the colour of the autumn leaves, we're changing... We've switched things up a little in this newsletter and we'd love to hear from you on what you'd like to see (or not see) in our e-newsletters. Simply reply to this email to provide your input on our e-newsletters!

Join us at INVASIVES 2017

Don't miss the Invasives Species Council's Annual Forum and AGM, being held February 7th - 8th in Richmond BC. This year keynote speaker Tim Readman will presenting on building partnerships. The dynamic program includes hearing from Europe on the new EU invasive species regulations and the challenges faced across the pond in tacking invasive species. You will have the opportunity to join a fun run, participate in invasive speedy sessions, nibble & network and much more. A variety or workshops will be held before and after the forum providing more opportunity for exchange of knowledge and networking. Early bird rates are now available!

Register for INVASIVES 2017 today!

Pesticide Applicators Certification Training

BC needs more trained invasive plant contractors. We are providing training sessions to prepare participants for the Industrial Vegetation Management & Noxious Weed Pesticide Applicator Certificate (PAC). This specific applicator certificate permits participants to manage weeds on industrial land, roads, power lines, railways and pipeline right-of-ways including control of weeds designated as noxious on private or public land. For more information and to register email Coleen here.

Victorians, Let's Talk Watersheds...

Are you located in Victoria?
Are watersheds of concern to you?
Join us at the RBC Watershed Workshop, Oct 27, 9am - 1pm. To register, email events@bcinvasives.ca and for information, email education@bcinvasives.ca.
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Invasive Alien Species at the National level

Meet peers from across Canada at the National Invasive Alien Species Forum in Ottawa, Feb 28 - Mar 2! Be part of the conversation on Twitter using #NIAS2017. Click here for more details.
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Calling all Researchers & Practitioners!

Join us and TRU in beautiful Kamloops next June for the Invasive Species Research Conference - Turning Science into Action. Interact and join the conversation on Twitter using #invasiveresearch2017

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Thanks again for supporting the work of the Invasive Species Council of BC.
Sincerely,

Gail Wallin
Executive Director
Invasives Species Council of BC
P.S. Let's Get Social!
Follow us and join the conversation on invasive species using #BCinvasives






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