Management

Management

In the past the Lake Erie CWMA has contracted external entities for prescribed fire, aerial spraying, mowing and smashing activities on agreement lands. Mowing, smashing, seeding and ground spraying activities were previously handled in-house by CWMA employees using... Continue Reading

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Management

Management

Management techniques used throughout the MLS are site specific and take a landscape scale approach. The Management Plan for the MLS describes recommended methods of control, outlines a management schedule and associated costs, and specifies long-term management... Continue Reading

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Management

Management

In Ontario, herbicide use is not permitted for use along the shoreline so non-native Phragmites is removed manually.  From mid-July to mid-August, workers use a spade to cut individual stalks of non-native Phragmites 3-5cm (1-2in) below the soil surface.  Completing... Continue Reading

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Management

Management

The goal for each management site within the Core Area is to eliminate invasive plant cover, while minimizing off target impacts to desirable native species, so that the site will be re-colonized with a plant assemblage similar to the surrounding habitat. To achieve... Continue Reading

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