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Eastern Invasives Network listserve digest #036

Wed Mar 05 2008 - 15:48:14 PST

Contents
1. Eastern N. America Invasives Learning Network Workshop
2. WIMS 3 now available!

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1. Eastern N. America Invasives Learning Network Workshop
From: Mandy Tu (imtu(at)tnc.org)
 
Save the Date! "Workshop on Invasive Species Prevention and Management:
Spotlight on Salty Species and Gregarious GR Gurus" will be October 7-9th,
2008 in Silver Beach, Eastern Shore of Virginia.
 
TNC's Eastern North America Invasives Learning Network is focused on
building strategic learning and implementation for invasive species threat
abatement at multiple scales through a peer-learning network of
practitioners and partners. While the strategies and approaches we use will
be applicable to all sites and habitat types, this 2008 workshop will
highlight coastal and estuarine habitats.
 
New participants and TNC project sites are welcome!
 
Cost: The workshop is free to all participants. Some meals will also be
provided. Participants have to pay their own travel, lodging, and some meal
costs.
 
Registration, travel and other meeting information will be available by July
2008.
 
For more information contact Mandy Tu (imtu(at)tnc.org; 503-802-8150)
http://tncinvasives.ucdavis.edu/networks.html
 
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2. WIMS 3 now available!

From: Mandy Tu (imtu(at)tnc.org)
 
TNC's Weed Information Management System (WIMS) is a Microsoft Access-based
relational database application designed to assist natural resource managers
in managing their weed-related information. An updated version of WIMS is
available that is compatible with both ArcPad 6 and 7, and has several new
features to aid in the collection and maintenance of weed mapping and
management data. New and updated training documents are also available!
http://tncinvasives.ucdavis.edu/wims.html





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