Jake Bonello

Directorate Resource Fellow
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex
Jake_bonello@fws.gov

Jake Bonello played an integral role in PAMF’s development, but he recently accepted another position that keeps him from being involved in the Technical Working Group. His experience with Phragmites comes from 5 years at the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, where he was the lead technician for the Detroit River – Western Lake Erie Cooperative Weed Management area. Over the course of his time at the Refuge, he led the crew to map and treat invasive species on Refuge land as well as land owned by partners like the Huron Clinton Metroparks Authority. He has since moved to California to develop an invasive species monitoring program for the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex. He plans on returning to Michigan in the fall of 2018 to finish his graduate thesis looking at native plant response to Phragmites management in Lake Erie wetlands.

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Join PAMF

Anyone managing non-native Phragmites in the Great Lakes basin can participate in PAMF.  Through PAMF, experienced land managers can efficiently share their knowledge and expertise while those new to Phragmites management can find science-based support and guidance. Learn how to join PAMF here.

Stay Informed

PAMF staff can be available to:
deliver presentations and webinars
organize site visits to demonstrate the monitoring protocol
answer questions and respond to inquiries
provide print materials for your next event

Please contact: Samantha Stanton, Program Specialist, Great Lakes Commission at sstanton@glc.org or 734-396-6055.