Invasive Species in NS Webinar
Taking place on September 12 at 7 pm
, Hike Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Invasive Species Council
present an overview of invasive species in Nova Scotia. Join Hughstin Grimshaw-Surette of the Nova Scotia Invasive Species Council as he explains what invasive species are, how they get here, and why they threaten Nova Scotia’s biodiversity. He will also outline where to report observations of invasive species and what we can do to reduce their spread.
Note: This is a live webinar only; there will be no recording available afterward.
Hughstin Grimshaw-Surette is the Terrestrial Invasive Species Project Coordinator for the Nova Scotia Invasive Species Council
. He graduated from Saint Mary’s University in 2020 with a Master of Applied Science degree in Biology, where he studied relationships between plants and insect pollinators on green roof habitats. He started working with the Nova Scotia Invasive Species Council in the summer of 2022 as the Invasive Plant Field Technician. He is passionate about working with communities to engage in discussions about invasive species and what we can do to protect our native biodiversity.
It is offered in partnership with Nova Scotia Invasive Species Council
the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage
Registration is free for anyone but required in advance.
After registration you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the webinar. It is your responsibility to confirm you have received the confirmation email. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam filter. If it is not there, contact Hike NS
and do so at least two hours before the webinar.