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CRISP Partners Meeting

  • Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County 64 Ferndale-Loomis Road Liberty, NY (map)
 The feral pigs plaguing parts of upstate New York are almost never seen in daylight, but a pack was caught on camera while foraging on a farm in Peru, N.Y., after dark.  Photo credit: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

The feral pigs plaguing parts of upstate New York are almost never seen in daylight, but a pack was caught on camera while foraging on a farm in Peru, N.Y., after dark.

Photo credit: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

Join us for our Quarterly CRISP Partner Meeting, share what Invasive Species work you are doing, and learn what other organizations are doing to stop invasive species.

Kathryn Long of Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is the featured speaker, who will discuss "Monitoring for Feral Swine in New York."

This meeting is open to the public.

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