PAMF Participants


Join Us

Join the adaptive management effort that will provide improved site-specific management practices for Phragmites!

We are currently developing a standard monitoring protocol which partners will use to monitor treatment efforts and effectiveness. These results will be input into the computer model.

Soon you will be able to register your Phragmites patch and begin to monitor using the standardized protocol.

If you would like to get involved in PAMF, contact Karen Alexander for more information. You can also sign up for our listserv for the latest news and updates.

Developmental Team

Experts from the following agencies are part of the Technical Working Group who are guiding this project:


  • Linda Nelson
    US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
  • Greg Norwood
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge


  • Anne Garwood
    Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
  • Jennifer Dunn
    New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Tom Arbour
    Ohio Division of Natural Areas and Preserves
  • Jason Granberg
    Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Non-Governmental Organizations

  • Jason Hill
    Ducks Unlimited
  • Janice Gilbert
    Nature Conservancy of Canada
  • Lisa Brush
    Great Lakes Stewardship Network
  • Bob Williams


  • Bobbie Webster
    Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
  • Rebecca Rooney
    University of Waterloo

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