An Evening of Conservation: The Status of Invasive Species Featuring Nature Change mini-documentaries highlighting Manistee County
Monday, August 6 - 7:00pm-9:00pm
The Vogue Theatre Manistee
Join ISN and local partners for an evening of conservation! A series of mini-documentaries created by Nature Change will be shown in downtown Manistee's Historic Vogue Theatre. Following the films, enjoy a Q&A with a panel of experts who are featured and/or play an important role in regional conservation efforts. This will be a wonderful opportunity to learn more about everything from aquatic invasive species to oak wilt management. Feel free to come prepared with your own questions!
Each attendee will be entered in a drawing at the end of the night. Prizes include: native plants, invasive species fields guides, tee shirts, hats, gift certificates to local businesses, and more!
This event is FREE and refreshments will be available for purchase at the theatre concession stand.
Panel of Experts:
Katie Grzesiak, Coordinator
Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network
Jane Perrino, Coordinator
Aquatic Invasive Species Pathways Project
(Benzie, Manistee, and Leelanau)
Benzie Conservation District
Josh Shields, Outreach Forester
Forestry Assistance Program (FAP)
Manistee and Mason-Lake Conservation Districts
Carolyn Henne, Botanist
Huron-Manistee National Forest
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