Monthly PRISM Call Presentation Recordings

Quantifying the social and economic benefits of weed biological control

Dr. Brian van Wilgen, Emeritus Professor at the Centre for Invasion Biology, Department of Botany and Zoology at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

A Summary of New York’s Fifth Annual Invasive Species Awareness Week

Emma Antolos, Invasive Species Education & Outreach Coordinator with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation

Timing is Everything – Tools for understanding invasive species phenology (September 2018)

Alyssa Rosemartin, Partner & Application Specialist, USA National Phenology Network

New York State Response to Spotted Lanternfly (June 2018)

Willow Eyres, Response & Management Coordinator, NY DEC Bureau of Invasive Species & Ecosystem Health

A New York crayfish primer: basic identification, historical fauna and global status (May 2018)

Dr. Chris Pennuto, Research Professor, SUNY Buffalo

Managing Invasive Birds in New York State (April 2018)

Robyn Bailey, NestWatch Program Leader, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Protecting Rare Plants from the Threat of Invasive Species (March 2018)

Steve Young, Chief Botanist, New York Natural Heritage Program

Are Deer Eating Your Woods? (February 2018)

Kristi Sullivan, Co-Director, Conservation Education and Research Program, Cornell University

Upcoming PRISM Call Presentations

PRISM Calls are scheduled for the last Wednesday of each month. View the complete Spring 2019 Schedule.

January 30th – How eDNA can be used to detect invasive species in terrestrial environments

February 27th – Using impact assessments to prioritize range shifting invasive plants

Cornell Cooperative Extension In-service 

2017 Presentations

2016 Presentations

2015 Presentations


Videos and Webinars

Invasive Earthworms: Impacts & Management (NISAW 2018)

Dr. Andrea Davalos, Assistant Professor, SUNY Cortland & Dr. Annise Dobson, Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University

What the New Invasive Species Regulations Mean for Ornamental Horticulture

Chris Logue, Director, Division of Plant Industry, New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets

Native plant alternatives to Norway maple, burning bush, barberries, and other invasive plant species

Dr. Donald Leopold, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry