Species Extinction and Invasion

by Glenn Rogers | On Demand

CEUs/PDHs: (* CEU's Pending) Credits: LACES 1,APLD 1,PGMS 1,NALP 1


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Environmental Factors

Beneficial insects find it hard to find food in what used to be their habitat. As cities and the general population expands, everything from light pollution to micro-climate changes are having a negative effect on native insects, which cannot regulate themselves as do mammals and birds. At the same time, exotic pests are being introduced, causing more pressure on the beneficial insects, effecting pest control and pesticides. Learn how to combat these invasions and protect the native species, which are vital to our crops and landscapes.

Learning Objectives:
1. Mention stipa pulchra is 1% of original stand.
2. Species extinction is happening.
3. Around 55,000 to 73,000 species go extinct each year.


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Glenn Rogers

Based in San Francisco Bay Area, Alder Landscape Architecture has been creating exciting landscape design since 1990.

Mr. Rogers has been a partner and collaborated with some of the best residential designers in the Bay area. As an intern, he worked in Southern California and learned the design style that captured the attention of such famous clients as Mike Douglas, Cher, Don Rickles and Rona Barrett. Mr. Rogers was part of the design team that worked on the Clark Gable estate in Encino. Areas of special expertise include residential entrances, pool design and special driveway layout.

Mr. Rogers's commercial work includes multi-family residences, roof gardens, arboretums, park and golf course design and water features. Mr. Rogers has even presented a solution for improved mass transit. For more information, click here https://westsideobserver.com/news/rogers.html#jul20a