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New York State Hemlock Initiative

Keeping the legacy alive

Regional Partners

 

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Hemlock at Lick Brook Preserve, Tompkins County NY Photo by Carri Marschner

The Finger Lakes Partners for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM) is a leader in HWA survey and monitoring for the Finger Lakes Region. They are also the go-to organization for all kinds of invasive species issues in the Finger Lakes.

The Cayuga Lake Cayuga Lake Watershed Network has been very active with surveying for HWA in Cayuga Lake’s watershed, and have found many new populations since 2013.

New York’s Master Forest Owner Program trains volunteer forest owners to visit landowners and advise on a variety of forest stewardship issues, including HWA.

Yates County CCE is actively involved in hemlock conservation.

 

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