Status of PAMF
The PAMF team is currently working with a select number of pilot participants to test the mechanisms of the framework and receive and incorporate user-feedback.
PAMF will be ready for basin-wide participation by spring 2018.
Interested stakeholders should join the PAMF Listserv, hosted by Google Groups, to receive regular updates from the PAMF team.
To join the PAMF Listserv, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The email does not need a subject or any text. After you send the email you should receive a confirmation message from Google Groups.
Once you have joined the PAMF Listserv, you can send emails to the group using this address: email@example.com. A moderator will review the message and distribute to the Listserv.
For those new to Listservs, or for troubleshooting, please see our Frequently Asked Questions document.
Is PAMF a good fit for you?
There are many outcomes and services provided by PAMF. This program is designed to learn from a range of stakeholders implementing different Phragmites management techniques within a variety of site conditions. Anyone managing Phragmites in the Great Lakes basin can join PAMF.
Participation in PAMF requires access to one or more locations where Phragmites is growing. For this reason, PAMF participants are typically:
- land managers working on public land
- land conservancies
- non-profit organizations
- industry and businesses controlling Phragmites on private land
- consulting companies providing Phragmites management services
- roadside managers
- teachers and students looking for learning opportunities and standardized data collection protocols
- land owners interested in science-based treatment guidance
Anyone managing non-native Phragmites in the Great Lakes basin can participate in PAMF. Through PAMF, experienced land managers can efficiently share their knowledge and expertise while those new to Phragmites management can find science-based support and guidance. Learn how to join PAMF here.
PAMF staff can be available to:
• deliver presentations and webinars
• organize site visits to demonstrate the monitoring protocol
• answer questions and respond to inquiries
• provide print materials for your next event
Please contact: Samantha Stanton, Program Specialist, Great Lakes Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-396-6055.