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  1. The CAKE CISMA is seeking one seasonal HWA Survey Technician for hemlock woolly adelgid survey and detection work within the CISMA's four county area. The HWA Survey Technician will work 36-40 hours a week at $15.00 per hour for up to 21 weeks. Preferred start date for this position is November 4, 2019. End Date for this position is March 31, 2019. Please see the attached job posting for more details and instructions on how to apply. Visit the CAKE CISMA's website for more information at https://cakecisma.wixsite.com/mysite. HWA Field Technician Job Posting 2019 CAKE CISMA.pdf
  2. Thank you for uploading this! The field trip was very helpful and informative, thanks for the all the effort that was put into it.
  3. Hello all! I received a call the other day about invasive jumping worms. Is anyone familiar with this species, or what to do about it? Any information would be helpful, as its not one that I'm really familiar with. Thanks! It was good to see many of you at the summer field trip and hear about how everyone is doing!
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