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March 30, 2016 Katherine Hollins (Great Lakes Commission) Opportunity Non-native Phragmites is managed throughout the Great Lakes region by organizations and individuals working under varying circumstances toward diverse goals. As a result, managers develop different... Continue Reading

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Prioritization

Prioritization

A Management Plan was prepared by a wetland ecologist and the chair of the LSPCG with significant input from landowners and partners. It was adopted by the MLS council and endorsed by the local Conservation Authority. It identifies separate priorities and suggests a... Continue Reading

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Management

Management

Management techniques used throughout the MLS are site specific and take a landscape scale approach. The Management Plan for the MLS describes recommended methods of control, outlines a management schedule and associated costs, and specifies long-term management... Continue Reading

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Monitoring

Monitoring

Site conditions are measured before and after management activities to ensure outcomes are quantified and the response to restoration efforts can be measured. A wetland ecologist conducts the majority of monitoring activities, sampling several one-square-meter plots... Continue Reading

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References

Tools and Resources Volunteer Monitoring Form Neighbor Letter and Permission Form Open Air Burn Permit Invasive Phragmites Management Plan for the Municipality of Lambton Shores, Ontario Outreach Materials Management Report Tax Notice Insert Controlling Phragmites... Continue Reading

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