Speaker: Kenton Sumpter, Entomologist, Maryland Department of Agriculture
Kenton Sumpter is a detective on the trail of the invasive Spotted Lanternfly. He will share tales of how entomologists are discovering the routes and trying to halt the spread of this menace to some of our favorite Maryland native trees and most important agricultural crops. He also will offer tips on how you can support critical research to identify, track, and report this visually arresting but highly destructive insect.
Zoom in and join us online. The presentation is free and open to all. To receive the link to join this lecture you must sign up for our Osprey newsletter. See the sign-up form at the bottom of our homepage at www.somdaudubon.org. We will email the link to join the lecture several days prior to and the same day of the lecture. (Maryland Master Naturalists and Master Gardeners earn continuing education credit.)