Thanks to all who attended the AIS Monitoring webinars! Special thanks to our presenters for sharing their expertise. I received several requests for webinars. Below are links to the webinar recordings and PDFs of the PowerPoints. We hope to post these resources on the DNR AIS Monitoring Webpage.
April 21 1-3pm Boat Gear and Equipment Disinfection and Decontamination Manual Code
Anyone working under a DNR contract or permit must adhere to our disinfection manual code when working in/near surface water to prevent moving invasive species. Come learn what this manual code entails and how to be compliant. Feel welcome to bring questions.
Webinar Recording [Video] (53:49)
April 26 1-3pm Crayfish ID
Learn about laws regarding crayfish and native and invasive crayfish ID.
Webinar [Video] (1:45:50)
May 6 1-2pm How to take invasive species verification photos
Photos are a great way to verify identification of invasive species. Join this webinar to learn how to take the best photos to verify a species identity.
Webinar: [Video] (38:47)
Presentation: Verification & photos
May 10 1-2pm Invasive Aquatic Plants
Learn about how to identify common aquatic invasive plants.
Webinar Recording [Video] (42:01)
May 11 1-2pm Invasive Aquatic Animals
Learn about how to identify common invasive aquatic invertebrates.
Webinar Recording [Video] (23:34)
May 12 1-2pm Invasive Riparian Plants
Learn about how to identify common invasive riparian plants.
Webinar Recording [Video] (25:42)
May 13 1-3 Department of Natural Resources AIS monitoring protocol review
AIS monitoring is conducted by citizen, partner and staff. While protocols are similar, professional-level monitoring involves intensive surveys with special equipment. Come learn how professional-level AIS monitoring protocols are implemented.
Webinar Recording [Video] (1:10:44)
PPT Presentation [PDF]
May 14 1-2pm Upland-ish Invasive Plant ID
Learn about how to identify nearshore invasive plants.
Webinar Recording [Video] (18:32)
Here is a webinar that combines identification for all the species groups if you want to view at once:
Webinar Recording [Video] (1:51:28)