SUCCESS STORIES – PROGRAMS & PROJECTS
A diverse group of stakeholders – including private landowners, lake associations, road commissions, state and federal agencies, and private conservation organizations – are leading Phragmites management and research efforts. Many have developed strategies that have proven successful (or unsuccessful) and could be used to help jumpstart new initiatives; however much of the focus to date has been on management – not communication. The GLPC is a forum to both share information and learn from others engaged in Phragmites management throughout the Great Lakes region. The projects listed below provide an overview of Phrag work by state. Feel free to submit your own project through the form below, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your work further.
We have differentiated programs and projects to better highlight what is being done at multiple scales. Programs are Cooperative Weed Management Areas, regional initiatives, etc. Projects are on-the-ground examples of management, research, or outreach and education that are more discrete.
Please give detailed responses. It is so important to share not only what has worked and why, but also what has not worked. Sharing the lessons you have learned the hard way may save time and money for others down the line.
Programs and Projects by State & Province:
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- Partners in Preservation for Invasive Species Removal
- A Baseline and Standardized Method for Monitoring the Treatment and Control of Invasive Phragmites
- Invasive Phragmites Management in the Lower Green Bay & Fox River AOC
- Bay of Quinte Phragmites Search
- Phragmites Control at Humber College
- Phragmites Detection and Removal at Fathom Five National Marine Park and Bruce Peninsula National Park
- Phragmites Removal at Wymbolwood Beach
- Port Franks Community Phragmites Control Project
- Wasaga Beach Provincial Parks Beach Stewardship Program
- St.Thomas Phragmites Control Committee