Wetland Plant Identification Webinar
Sedges, Grasses and Rushes of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
Webinar Date and Time: June 21, 2018 | 1:00 – 3:00 PM ET
Do you need to learn your plants quickly? Are you in need of a quick refresher?
This session will focus on the most common sedges, grasses and rushes found in wetlands in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic region. It covers portions of the Eastern Mountains and Piedmont, Northcentral and Northeast, and the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain Regional Supplements to the US Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual.
Sedges, grasses and rushes are always a challenge. Remember, sedges have edges, rushes are round and grasses are flat all the way to the ground. Learn this little quick trick, plus many more. For example, which sedge looks like dirty socks? Want the answer? Well, you will need to attend our webinar!
If so, join us for our newest webinar focusing on some of the more commonly found sedges, grasses and rushes of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. No need to travel. Weather is not an issue. Just sit back, relax, stay warm and dry; spend a couple of hours with The Swamp School’s experts and learn your plants.
Sedges, grasses and rushes are always a challenge for any wetland professional. Did you know that sedges have edges, rushes are round and grasses are flat all the way to the ground. Learn this little quick trick, plus many more from The Swamp School’s experts in this exclusive webinar. For example, which sedge looks like dirty socks? Want to find out the answer? Sign up for The Swamp School’s Wetland Plant Identification Webinar today and you will be able to impress your colleagues with your biological know-how!
The webinar is live and interactive. You will be able to ask questions during the webinar and after the broadcast. We will also be sending registered participants resource materials before the webinar. If you miss all or a portion of the webinar you will be able to access rebroadcast for two weeks after the original broadcast.
So get ready for a truly unique webinar on sedges, grasses and rushes identification.
2 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are offered for this webinar. A certificate of training sent to each registered attendee who finishes watching the webinar.
Credit Hours: 2
Questions? Give us a call at 1-877-479-2673