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Events

May 11, 2022
ISLT 2022 Webinar Series-Part 4:
Start: 2:00 EDT
POC: Jonas Grundman
Other Information: The Invasive Species Leadership Team (ISLT) works to maintain a network for the exchange of information on invasive species challenges, lessons learned, success stories, and best management practices. In partnership with the University of Florida’s Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants, the ISLT will host a 7-part webinar series focused on aquatic invasive species.

Presenter: Jonas Grundman

Description: Through amendments to Section 104 of the Rivers and Harbors Act that began with WRDA 2014, USACE has been bolstering non-federal (state) programs aimed at preventing the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species. Under those authorities, USACE is able to reimburse non-federal interests for their work off of federal property for watercraft inspections, AIS monitoring, and Rapid Response efforts. This presentation will provide a history of the program and its geographic scope, an overview of current efforts to onboard newly authorized basins, and highlights of the dos/don’ts as they a relate to USACE Operating Projects.


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