What are Spotter's Network Workshops?
Spotter's Network Workshops are FREE 1-1.5 hour presentations designed to enable local community groups or organizations to learn about invasive plants in their area including identification, management, and reporting.
This workshop aims to increase the number of informed "Spotters" who are on the alert for new and spreading invasive plants. Once "Spotters" have identified an "unwanted" invasive plant in their region, they will be able to efficiently report their findings by:
Spotter’s Network Workshops available:
- Invasive Plants 101
- Aquatic Invasive Plants
- Agriculture and Range Invasive Plants
- Horticultural Invasive Plants
- Aboriginal People and Invasive Plants
Workshop materials and resources are available on CD by contacting the ISCBC head office, and are applicable to all communities across BC. The delivery of each workshop can be tailored to focus on regionally important invasive plants.
Who can Participate in a Spotter's Workshop?
How to Host a Spotter's Network Workshop
Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you to Vancouver Foundation for sponsoring the 2011 Spotter's Network program.