Pesky Plant Trackers

Pesky Plant Trackers

Join Pesky Plant Trackers

Pesky Plant Trackers is a new citizen science project focused on wild parsnip and Japanese knotweed. These plants degrade habitats and cause problems for people and wildlife. To control them, more information is needed about when they develop flowers and seeds. You can help by sharing what you see. Free online training is now available!

Launch the course any time: Pesky Plant Trackers, a new citizen science project.

Pesky Plants Afternoon (virtual) Afternoon Tea: Join the Team for informal and interactive online gatherings. Brew a cup of tea and bring your questions to the Zoom room. The goal of this weekly “tea time” is not to deliver a training, but rather to meet one another, ask questions, share knowledge, and talk about how to participate in Pesky Plant Trackers.

“Tea time” dates: Tuesdays, June 7, 14, 21 and 28
Time: 3-4 pm
Host: Members of Pesky Plants staff
Register: Pesky Plants (Virtual) Afternoon Tea.

BBRP is encouraging you to get involved in this project! 

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