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ADV - Invasive Species Monitoring at Cedar Creek

Invasive Species Monitoring at Cedar Creek website

2660 Fawn Lake Drive NE
East Bethel, MN 55005

Visit Cedar Creek for a morning of learning and science with the Anoka Soil and Water Conservation districts. You'll learn how to identify invasive species and assess their impacts, and then participate in a long-term monitoring project that will get you out and about scouring Cedar Creek's natural areas for pesky invasives! A great way to earn volunteer hours while contributing to science and conservation. Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Contact Tillery: 612-301-2613 or bail0311@umn.edu

Course Dates:

Meeting from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. on:

Instructor Information

Caitlin Potter

Dr. Potter is the education and community engagement coordinator at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve. Her background is in wildlife ecology, and she holds a B.S. in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology as well as a masters and Ph.D in ecology and evolutionary biology. She studied wildlife and animal behavior all over the world (mostly monkeys in Ethiopia) before finding her true passion doing environmental education! Now, she runs school field trips and public events at CCESR, works with scientists to get their results into the hands of students, and organizes several citizen science projects.

Sponsor Information

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve

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