Under the supervision of Finger Lakes Institute (FLI) at Hobart and William Smith Colleges staff and Finger Lakes Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (FL PRISM), AIS Technicians will assist in fieldwork, outreach, and education related to high priority and emerging aquatic invasive species (AIS). AIS Techs will primarily participate in aquatic plant surveys around the Finger Lakes region. Techs will also work with managers to physically remove high-priority species such as water chestnut. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES ·         Monitor for invasive species through the collection of data related to plant communi

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