Invasive Hunter Academy

Become an Invasive Hunter

Are you ready to protect your native species and battle against invasives? Then be part of the Invasive Hunter Academy and learn how to be an Invasive Hunter.

I created the academy as part of Kids’ Day during National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW) at the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington D.C. earlier this year.

As part of the academy, I’ll teach you how to spot invasive plants, defeat your enemies with your Invasive Hunter moves, and create an action diorama that you can take home to capture your battle with invasives.

Be one of the few. The proud. The fighting naturalists! 🙂

Learn more about the Invasive Hunter Academy:

If you would like the Invasive Hunter Academy to be part of your next nature or science event, please don’t hesitate to contact me!

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Your friend,
Ben

9 responses to “Invasive Hunter Academy

  1. Dr Linda Brown

    Ben,

    I met and talked with you last week at the Invasive Species Conf. about comming to this years American Heroes Day in April at Camp Mabry on the 26th & 27th. Please drop me an email on how to contact you and your parents about bringing the Invasive Hunter Academy to American Heroes Day.

    I so very much enjoyed you presentation and look forward to working further with you.

    Respectfully,

    Dr. Linda Brown

    • Hi Dr. Brown,

      So nice meeting you too! And I am looking forward to seeing you again later this month and bringing the Invasive Hunter Academy to American Heroes Day!

      See you soon.

      Your friend,
      Ben

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