Report and share your Phragmites sightings, and see where Phragmites has been detected in your area.
This is a dynamic map of invasive species organizations in the Great Lakes region, including CISMAs, PRISMs, CWMAs, and more. The purpose of this map is to help identify which organizations are working in which counties, states, and regions. Use the map to zoom in on a particular area, and click to view a pop-up with the name of the organization and appropriate contact information.
Other mapping and monitoring tools:
EDDMapS is a database of invasive species occurrences as reported by organizations and citizen scientist. There are several sub-categories this platform, including EDDMapS Ontario.
The GLRI Phragmites Decision Support Tool Mapper is intended to provide resource managers with information to strategically develop effective Phragmites control and invasion prevention programs in the Great Lakes coastal zone (10 km inland from the shoreline). Click here to launch.
MISIN is a regional effort to develop and provide early detection and response resources for invasive species.
This dynamic map displays data points for non-native and native Phragmites as well as sites which were managed in 2017 and 2018. Details and metadata are available via downloadable files. Click here to launch.
GLEDN is an invasive species network working to rapidly respond to new invasive species sightings in the Great Lakes states. You can report sightings of invasive species and sign up to receive alerts when new sightings for species are reported.
An invasive species mapping program for both plants and animals co-led by Widllife Forever, the University of Georgia, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
GISIN collects worldwide occurrences of invasive species.
A GIS-based data management system used to assist citizen scientists and natural resource professionals working to protect our natural resources from the threat of invasive species.