CITY OF MIDDLETON: Southern Cattail Removal W. Madison Sites

Purpose

The City of Middleton is working with consultants and volunteers to find and eradicate the new invasive, Typha domingensis, from Middleton wetlands. This species has the potential to be invasive, and to hybridize with other cattail species and become even more invasive. On this assumption, immediate and effective control should be undertaken. All locations of this species are being documented. A final report documenting the monitoring, mapping, control efforts, as well as evaluation of the need for future efforts, will be shared with local wetland plant experts and local friends groups.

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Aquatic Invasives Grant
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AIRR-128-13
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Aquatic Invasive Species Removal
CITY OF MIDDLETON: Southern Cattail Removal W. Madison Sites Typha domingensis, from Middleton wetlands
APM Chemical Permit Request
APM Mechanical Permit Request
Aquatic Plant Monitoring or Survey
Project Deliverable
A final report documenting the monitoring, mapping, control efforts, as well as evaluation of the need for future efforts, will be shared with local wetland plant experts and local friends groups.