PAMF Monitoring will begin July 1st!

Monitoring occurs any time during the month of July each year. Monitoring should be done at least one month after the last management action of the growing phase in order to capture management effectiveness.

In addition to submitting your monitoring report, make sure you have submitted your growing phase management report! Go to “Report Management Action” link on your management unit’s homepage. Remember, management reports should still be submitted even if you took no action and rested your unit(s). All management and monitoring reports are due August 1st!

Join PAMF!

Are you currently managing or planning to manage Phragmites within the Great Lakes basin? Consider taking the PAMF self-guided training course today! The course allows you to learn about PAMF in your own time and provides all of the resources you need to be successful. Completing this course will earn you a certificate that states you are a certified PAMFer and have successfully been trained in how to collect and submit high quality data.

2022/23 Cycle Summary

PAMF has just wrapped up our 6th cycle! Check-out the cycle summary infographic to see the highlights.


Anyone managing non-native Phragmites in the Great Lakes basin can participate in PAMF. Click the button below to get started! 


Please contact: Samantha Tank, Great Lakes Commission at