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    Sheila Oliver
    Keymaster

    Aquatic Invasive Species meeting Feb 19, 9-11 am Madras

    Lake Billy Chinook Aquatic Invasives Meeting Invitation—please forward to others you think might be interested.

    What: The purpose of the meeting is to work together to prevent, monitor for, and respond to invasive species issues that could impact Lake Billy Chinook—so this includes considering upstream areas as well.

    Who: Anyone interested in helping prevent, monitor, and respond to aquatic invasives issues affecting Lake Billy Chinook

    When: February 19th, 9-11 am

    Where: Public Works, 715 SE Grizzly Rd in Madras. Meeting will be in the Sign Shop, which is the building across from the office, next to the fueling station.

    Why: Aquatic invasive species in Lake Billy Chinook affect a wide range of stakeholders. Many of us would like to actively work to reduce risk and respond quickly to arising problems. We want to work collaboratively. A subgroup had a smaller meeting in January, and we came up with some action items and want to continue with our forward momentum. This meeting will continue that, and hopefully include a larger group of people willing to help.

    Please RSVP to elizabeth.johnson@usda.gov so that we have a rough headcount.

    Elizabeth Johnson
    District Botanist

    Forest Service
    Deschutes National Forest,
    Sisters Ranger District
    p: 541-549-7727
    f: 541-549-7746
    elizabeth.johnson@usda.gov
    Highway 20 and Pine Street, P.O. Box 249
    Sisters, OR 97759
    http://www.fs.fed.us

    #10446
    Mike Bies
    Participant

    thanks for the info. i have contacted elizabeth to get info from the meeting

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