[Tweeters] Off topic: Survey re invasive species

Constance Sidles constancesidles at gmail.com
Mon Nov 19 21:48:46 PST 2018

Hey tweets, see below if you're interested in making your voice heard about the use of pesticides on invasive species. I filled it out because of my interest in Montlake Fill, which has had a long history of invasive plants and various efforts (both good and bad) to control them. - Connie, Seattle

csidles at constancypress.com <mailto:csidles at constancypress.com>
constancesidles at gmail.com





> Good day!


> WSU Extension, the University of Alaska, and the Washington State Department of Agriculture are conducting a survey to assess public perceptions about classical biological control, or the use of natural enemies to control pests and weeds. The survey should take 15 to 20 minutes for most participants, and includes an introduction and some background information to orient participants.


> We would greatly appreciate hearing your thoughts on invasive species and classical biological control. If you have questions while taking the survey, please contact Jennifer Andreas (jandreas at wsu.edu <mailto:jandreas at wsu.edu> or 253.651.2197) or Chris Looney (clooney at agr.wa.gov <mailto:clooney at agr.wa.gov> or 360.902.2042). Participation is voluntary and anonymous.


> Here is a link to the survey:

> http://uaa.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b2TiEKKA7POakC1 <http://uaa.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b2TiEKKA7POakC1>


> Thank you so much for your input!


> Jennifer Andreas (Washington State University)

> Chris Looney (Washington State Department of Agriculture)

> Shannon Donovan (University of Alaska)


> Jennifer Andreas

> Associate Faculty

> Integrated Weed Control Project | Washington State University Extension

> WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center

> 2606 W Pioneer

> Puyallup WA 98371-4900

> 253.445.4657 office

> 253.651.2197 cell

> 253.445.4571 fax

> jandreas at wsu.edu <mailto:jandreas at wsu.edu>

> www.invasives.wsu.edu <http://www.invasives.wsu.edu/>


> Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office.




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