WOODLAND DUNES NATURE CENTER: Phragmites Control

Purpose

Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve proposes to implement the Woodland Dunes/West Twin River and East Twin River Shoreline Management Plan for Phragmites 2014-2018. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Woodland Dunes Aquatic Invasive Species grant application dated January 23, 2014. The project includes: conducting pre and post treatment surveys, treating source populations of phragmites along the river shorelines up to the first dam in addition to the preserve itself; cutting dead canes; handpulling: planting native species; conducting watercraft inspections: participating in Project RED and other educational activities; and providing annual summary reports and a final report of all grant related activities.

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Aquatic Invasives Grant
Aquatic Invasives Control
ACEI-152-14
2014
Complete
 
Reports and Documents
Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve, Inc. along with Stantec Consulting and Aquatic Solutions, chemically controlled Phragmites australis australis along the East Twin River and West Twin River up to the first dam on each between the years of 2014 and 2018. The project included CBCW, revegetation with native seeds, and invasive species surveys. The report details activities as part of the grant.
 
Activities & Recommendations
Information and Education
APM Chemical Permit Request
Treatment of Phragmites
APM Mechanical Permit Request
Cutting and Handpulling of dead canes
Grant Awarded
Watercraft Inspections Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Project Deliverable
Final Report
Project Deliverable
Annual Reports
Monitor Invasive Species
Project RED participation
Monitor Pre and Post Treatment
Shoreland Monitoring, Assessment, Inventory
Shoreland Monitoring, Assessment or Inventory
 
Watershed
 
Waters