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Posted: April 7, 2016

Public welcome to EKISC AGM

Are you interested in our native ecosystems, land management practices, and the threat of invasive species? Then come out to the East Kootenay Invasive Species Council’s (EKISC) Annual General Meeting on April 14 at the Cranbrook Public Library.

Learn about EKISC’s organizational structure, strategic plans, and successes from the 2015 season, as well as program plans for 2016.

Todd Larsen, EKISC’s Executive Director stated, “this organization has a diverse array of programs –from aquatics to research to industry outreach. The AGM is an opportunity for the public, land managers, and members to celebrate some highlights from the year.”

Several presentations will provide information about the Neighbourhood Invasive Plant Program (NIPP) for private landowners, Aquatic Invasive Species management plans, and the PlantWise program for the horticulture and gardening industry.

Everyone is welcome to this free event from 3 to 5 p.m. on Thursday the 14th at the Cranbrook Library. Snacks and refreshments will be served so please confirm your attendance for planning purposes. For more information go to or call Todd at 1-888-55 EKISC.

Also, EKISC is facilitating a Pesticide Applicator’s Certificate Course (Noxious Weeds designation) from April 26-29 in Cranbrook. Course details and registration at


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