Workshops and Presentations


Edible invasives workshop- September 16th

Our last attempt at this event was cancelled due to weather, so we have rescheduled!

It’s time to explore the edible and medicinal properties of invasive plants. What makes a plant “invasive”, how do we control them, how can we reduce their impacts, and what can we do to benefit from the plant?

Come join us and the team from North Columbia Environmental Society to find out!

On Monday, September 16th we will meet at 5pm at the Worker’s Memorial monument on the Greenbelt and delve into the contentious topic of EDIBLE INVASIVE SPECIES.

The goal is to prevent spreading of these species, while harvesting their beneficial properties and reducing waste.

There will also be homemade edible invasive treats involved…with recipes to share!

Participation by donation!

CSISS AGM – October 17th Golden Arena and Lounge


Past Workshops

2019 IAPP Workshop: Recording and Reporting Techniques for Professionals

2019 Spring Invasive Plant ID workshops

2019 CSISS Land Manager Meeting
2019 Columbia Basin Operational Planning Meeting
2018 CSISS AGM and Special Workshop 
2018 Spring Invasive Plant ID and Management Training Workshops
2018 CSISS Strategic Planning Meeting
2018 CSISS Annual Land Manager Meeting
2017 Spring Invasive Species ID and Management Training Workshops 
2017 Wetland Restoration and Invasive Species Workshop 
2017 CSISS AGM and special workshop 
2017 Knot on my Property: Knotweed Landowner Workshops 
2016 CSISS AGM and special workshop
2016 Forestry and Invasives Workshop, Revelstoke/ Golden
2016 Roads and Weeds Workshop
2016 Plant Identification Workshop with Ken Marr, Royal BC Museum and Okanagan College
2016 Environmental Education Workshops with CBEEN and NCES
2016 Invasive Species ID and Management Training Workshops