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WHIP?hires Slemmons as invasives coordinator

The Wisconsin Headwaters Invasive Partnership (WHIP), serving Oneida and Vilas counties with terrestrial invasive species awareness, prevention and management services, recently hired Caleb Slemmons as its coordinator.

Slemmons is currently employed at UW-Stevens Point as an associate biology lecturer.

His less than full-time teaching schedule will allow him to devote up to 30 hours weekly to coordinating WHIP activities.

Slemmons has an extensive background coordinating

Tuesday, October 08, 2013 5:36 PM

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