Invasive Species Outreach Coordinator
Public Service Activities, Regulatory Programs, Department of Plant Industry, Invasive Species Program
Office: 511 Westinghouse Road Pendleton, SC 29670
M.S. Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences
Texas A&M University 2019
The Ohio State University 2015
ENR 1010 Introduction to Environmental and Natural Resources
ENR 3020 Natural Resource Measurements
As the Invasive Outreach Coordinator Allison works alongside the Invasive Species team to carry out the South Carolina Asian Longhorned Beetle Cooperative Eradication Program as well as assist with other Invasive Species Programs like the Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey, Cogongrass detection, Spotted Lanternfly outreach, and Cotton Boll Weevil Prevention.
Extension and Outreach
As part of her duties Allison participates in public outreach and engagement through phone, email, internet and social media options and serves as a representative of Clemson DPI at various workshops, association meetings, trade shows, educational programs and other events that help promote DPI programs.
A. A. Guggenheimer and J. K. Grace, Duck Non-Breeding Body Condition Differs by Sex, Age, and
Year on the Texas Mid-Coast. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish & Wildlife
R. K. Andringa, A. A. Guggenheimer and J. K. Grace, Daily Weather Affects Body Condition, Sex,
and Age Ratios of Harvested Dabbling Ducks in Texas.. Journal of the Southeastern
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