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Free Early Pest Detector Workshop

Learn how to protect Indiana from invasive species at a free workshop. Professor Cliff Sadof of Purdue University and Carrie Tauscher, Arboretum Director of the Crown Hill Heritage Foundation will show you the best way to look for and report invasive species and provide a chance to practice reporting on the Crown Hill Grounds.

Whether you’re a master gardener, professional forester, or a concerned citizen, you will learn something about Indiana forest pests.  Open to all ages.

Arborist CEUs and Pesticide Certification Available.

Space is limited Register today at

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Workshop Location

Crown Hill Funeral Home, Celebration Hall

700 West 38th Street Indianapolis, IN 46208

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