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  • March 12, 2021 7:34 PM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)

    Pennsylvania adds eight counties to their Spotted Lanternfly quarantine zone.

    The new eight counties are not completely infested, but rather have a few municipalities with a known infestation. Cambria, Cameron, Franklin, Lackawanna, Montour, Pike, Wayne, and Westmoreland are new to the quarantine for 2021Article and map of additions here. The NYS IPM SLF map has been updated with this change.

    The NY/NJ Trail Conference is offering “Spot the Spotted Lanternfly” training March 13,17

    In the workshop, you will learn how to identify and report SLF egg masses as well as learn some winter host tree ID tips: a great skill to develop even for our more experienced ISF surveyors! Following the training, you will receive a specific assignment to survey for spotted lanternflies surrounding a parking area and/or trailhead that is convenient to your home or near a trail you've been wanting to explore.

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  • February 12, 2021 1:59 PM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)

    UMass Annual Community Tree Conference, March 22, virtual, fee

    This virtual conference will have a full day of topics designed for tree care professionals, volunteers, and enthusiasts including arborists, tree wardens, urban foresters, foresters, landscape architects, landscape contractors, and shade tree committee members


  • February 12, 2021 8:26 AM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)

    The Department recognizes challenges that COVID-19 has posed relative to attending trainings and receiving Continuing Education Units (“CEU”).  In response to these challenges many training providers have moved to offering trainings through a computer based/online/virtual platform.  Therefore, the Department has adjusted its policy on how these trainings are provided.  Additionally, the Department recognizes that it will be difficult for an applicator to meet the Department’s policy of allowing only half of ones CEUs to be obtained by this type of training.

    The Department has defined trainings as listed below:

    • ·        On Demand Trainings:  Trainings that the applicator can take at any time but does not have any live interaction.
    • ·        Live Stream Trainings:  Live one- time training with live interaction. (virtual meetings, virtual company trainings)
    • ·        Virtual Classroom Trainings:  Multiple individuals in the same room at the same time watching a Live Stream/On Demand Training.
    • ·        Traditional Classroom Training:  Training that is provided in person.

    Going forward and until otherwise notified, an individual may obtain all their CEUs in an online/computer based/virtual format however, no more than half an individuals’ credits for any one license/category can be obtained through an On-Demand Training. The CEUs issued will indicate the type of training it falls under so that the applicator may keep track of the type of trainings they are taking. The Department feels this will allow flexibility to obtain CEUs while also ensuring the participation/attendance of the applicator.

    Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at:

  • February 12, 2021 8:20 AM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)

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  • January 13, 2021 12:31 PM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)

    Hort Notes: Clippings from the Garden 
    December/January 2020-21, Vol. 31:10

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