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Invasive Species Identification workshop Announcement

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This weekend, City Stream Watch will be hosting its annual invasive species workshop at RVCA headquarters in Manotick. If you are interested in learning how to identify and manage some common invaders, the Ridea Valley Conservation Authority will be hosting the workshop this Saturday, August 17th from 9am to 12pm. A presentation that will teach you about many aquatic and terrestrial invasive species will be given along with displays for participants to see these species up close and staff will be there to answer any questions you may have.

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