North Carolina Botanical Garden


Identifying and Controlling Invasive Plants

with Neville Handel, NCBG Land Manager

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Date: Saturday, April 20, 2019

Time: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Fee: $32 ($29 Members)


This course is intended for a broad audience. Through classroom and field demonstrations, students learn the tools and methods needed to identify invasive species and effectively remove them. We'll discuss the most prominent invasive plants in North Carolina and how to identify them by habit and growth form. Then, we'll cover integrated methods for controlling invasive plants on multiple scales.


CEUs: This program confers 3.00 Continuing Education hours for NC Landscape Architects. The activity's course number is 13248. CE Hours Attestation Form [PDF].


Remaining Seats: 0

Registration open through 4/18/2019 11:59 PM EST | Refund Policy

About the Instructor

Neville is the Land Manager at the North Carolina Botanical Garden, where he is responsible for managing approximately 700 acres of natural areas and helps lead the Garden’s prescribed fire program. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Kenyon College and his Master’s degree in Ecology at UNC-Chapel Hill and has been working in the field of Conservation since 2007. He is a family man and (when time allows) an avid outdoorsman and musician.

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