DRWLE CWMA has not focused on communication and outreach because grant funding sources secured to date have not allowed an emphasis on these items. The CWMA does have a website hosted by Eastern Michigan University at http://driwr.emich.edu/. CWMA partners have given presentations of the work, successes, and lessons learned at professional conferences, local community meetings, and webinars.
Recent blog posts
- Who is bugging Phragmites? The insect herbivores of Common Reed August 3, 2021
- Research Round-Up: Spring 2021 April 13, 2021
- Research Round-Up: Winter 2020 April 13, 2021
Adirondack Park Biodiversity biosolids CISMA Collective Impact control Department of Natural Resources Detroit River- W. Lake Erie CWMA Disposal diversity EDRR funding Fungal endophytes Germination GLRI habitat restoration herbicide invasive invasive species Lake Erie CWMA Lambton Shores landowners management Michigan MIPN monitoring native phragmites New York Northwest Michigan ISN Ohio Ontario PAMF partnerships Permits Phragmites Phragmites australis prescribed fire prioritization Research TNC U.S. Geological Survey volunteers wetlands Wisconsin DNR Wymbolwood Beach