National Estuarine Research Reserve

Coastal Training Program

Controlling Invasives and Promoting Native Plants
Camp St. Christopher - Seabrook Island, SC - February 1-3, 2010

Sponsored by the Southeast National Estuarine Research Reserves and the South Carolina Exotic Pest Plant Council

Post Workshop Reports:

Working Together and Improving Collaboration: Next Steps for increasing awareness of invasive species in the Southeast Report

Southeastern NERR Green Industry Survey: Preliminary Report

Workshop Binder Contents:

Speaker Bios
Invasive Resource List
State Summary Data
Southeast NERR Summary

Plenary Session:

Connecting Invasives to the Big Picture - Dave Morehead

Statewide Summary Reports

Participatory Sessions:

Targeting the Landscape/Green Industry

Beyond Brochures: Engaging the Public in Addressing Invasives

Innovative Regulatory Approaches for Addressing Invasives

Working Together and Improving Collaboration

Early Detection and Rapid Response Training:

Session A: EDRR Introduction and Overview
Session B: Strategies for Development of EDRR Capacity in SC
Session C: Early Detection and Reporting
Session D: Overview of State EDRR Target Species
Session E: Rapid Response - Putting EDRR into Practice



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