Prioritization

Initially Phragmites was the priority target for two reasons; first because it generated the most interest from landowners due to its dense growth and obstructive nature, and second because most funding was focused on Phragmites management.  The program has slowly... Continue Reading

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Prioritization

Prioritization

A Management Plan was prepared by a wetland ecologist and the chair of the LSPCG with significant input from landowners and partners. It was adopted by the MLS council and endorsed by the local Conservation Authority. It identifies separate priorities and suggests a... Continue Reading

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Prioritization

Prioritization

Sites within the area are not prioritized, but are managed based on the willingness of the property owner. Property owners can do the work themselves or hire students from the program. Properties that have had students working on them in past years are prioritized to... Continue Reading

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Prioritization

Prioritization

APIPP uses a multi-tiered science-based prioritization framework that guides management efforts.  Non-native Phragmites was identified as a priority invasive species for management within the Adirondack PRISM due to its high level of invasiveness under New... Continue Reading

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