GLPC Calendar


2020 PAMF Training Session

The PAMF Team are doing our part to socially distance in these trying times by hosting a live remote training session. This training event is open to anyone in the Great Lakes region who is planning to manage non-native Phragmites. Open the event to register!

Remote PAMF Training Session

Online Event

Are you currently managing or planning to manage Phragmites within the Great Lakes basin or in neighboring watersheds within Great Lake States or Provinces? If so, consider participating in the PAMF and do your part to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of Phragmites management.

UMISC 2020

Online Event

The Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference (UMISC) is a biennial conference that addresses all taxa of invasive species.

Ontario Phragmites Working Group Conference and Annual Meeting

Online Event

We’re going online! The Ontario Invasive Plant Council is excited to present the Ontario Invasive Plant Conference and Annual General Meeting, and the Ontario Phragmites Working Group Annual Meeting on January 12th and January 19th, respectively.

The Stewardship Network Conference

Online Event

The Stewardship Network Conference is where theory meets practice and curiosity leads to solutions. Each year, hundreds of professionals, students, and volunteers from an array of environmental fields connect to share their setbacks and successes; technological advancements and analytical techniques; diverse perspectives and artistic expressions as we collectively find the best ways to care for our land and water.

PAMF and Long Island Invasive Species Management Area Presentation

Online Event

The Long Island Invasive Species Management Area is a voluntary partnership of many organizations from the geographic area. They are one of eight PRISMs (Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management) that cover all of New York State. Additional information about this meeting is forthcoming and will be updated closer to the date.

Students of Phrag Webinar Series: Courtney Robichaud

Online Event

First webinar in our 2021 webinar series: Students of Phrag! Highlighting the great ongoing research and work conducted by graduate and undergraduate students with Phragmites. Register to stay tuned for new research and developments in research, management, and more.

2022 Webinar Series: A new tool in the toolbox: an update on biological control of introduced Phragmites

Online Event

First webinar in our 2022 webinar series highlighting ongoing research and work. Dr. Michael McTavish, a postdoc as the University of Toronto, shares a research update on the use of stem-boring moths as a biocontrol method for invasive Phragmites management. Register to stay tuned for new research and developments in research, management, and more.