2015 Purple Loosestrife Control Training

9:00AM to 12:00PM

2015 Purple Loosestrife Control Training

Information and RSVP form

Time - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

What - A workshop on purple loosestrife identification, biology and control methods offered by the Colorado Dept. of Agriculture (CDA) and Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW).

Where - The San Juan and Arkansas Conference Rooms, Colorado Department of Agriculture,
305 Interlocken Pkwy, Broomfield, CO, 80021 (see map below).

Who - Anyone is welcome to attend. There is no fee. Walk-ins are welcome (we won't turn you away!) but we do hope that you register using the form below or emailing Mikki.Grebetz@state.co.us so that we can properly plan for the correct number of people.

Speakers - Patty York, CDA and Robert, CPW

Why - Purple loosestrife is a destructive noxious weed that takes over wetlands, impairs the flow of water, destroys wildlife habitat and degrades native communities. The Front Range Purple Loosestrife group began in 1993 by Dave Weber, Retired CDOW Biologist. This team is still working together today and makes great progress every year controlling purple loosestrife. Come learn how you can help be part of the solution!

Credits - CDA continuing education credits will likely be offered, but are not yet confirmed.

Need Help This Summer Controlling List A Weeds (e.g. Purple loosestrife)?
Don't forget, if you are in the front range area and need help doing purple loosestrife or other A List species control work this summer, CDA has a crew that is available to assist. Contact Patty York, EDRR Specialist, at patty.york@state.co.us.