Jumping Worms in Michigan:
Impacts, Identification, and Prevention
Wednesday, March 16, at 7 pm on ZOOM
Virtual Program (starts at 7:30 PM):
Scott Tiegs, Ph.D., Ecologist and Professor of Biological Sciences at Oakland University. Invasive jumping worms have been found in a number of areas in Michigan. They are much more destructive to habitat and ecosystems than other earthworms. He and his colleague Holly Greiner-Hallman first found Jumping Worms in the Oakland University Biological Preserve in 2008. Join us on Zoom for this interesting and important talk, to learn what to look for and how to avoid moving them around.
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