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I'm Mother Nature’s high rise condominium;
The birds and the bugs all give me their hugs,
because they know that I'm here just for them.


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Nov 8 - Nov 9 Identification, Mapping, and Control of Invasive Pests Fayetteville, GA Invasive species are one of the greatest threats to the environment worldwide and in Georgia, and they produce billions of dollars in damages annually. The First Detectors program offers a two-day advanced workshop to provide tools, educational materials, and training for stakeholders including: Master Gardeners, Master Naturalists, Citizen Scientists, Professionals, and other volunteers or homeowners. Learn to identify, report, and manage invasive species. $50 registration cost includes educational materials, coffee, and lunches for both days. Registration is available on our website or in person at our office.
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