Striking Balance – Long Point and Phragmites

Once surrounded by desert, Ontario’s Long Point, the world’s longest freshwater sand spit, is today lush with forests and wetlands. An invasive plant, phragmites, is its biggest threat.

Fighting Phragmites

Lake Eugenia Watershed Environmental Stewardship Committee

Invasive Phragmites on the Penny Skelton Show!

Learn more about this agressive, invasive plant.

Georgian Bay Forever and Phragmites at the Great Lakes Public Forum

Georgian Bay Forever attended the 2016 Great Lakes Public Forum. The video provides a short summary of its purpose – to discuss the progress of binational priorities from the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreements, and about community efforts to fight invasive Phragmites in Georgian Bay, part of the Great Lakes

Georgian Bay Forever – Identification

Learn about how to properly ID phragmites.

Research Collaboration – Humber and the Ontario Phragmites Working Group

This video takes a look at the work Lynn Short has been conducting on finding innovative ways of managing invasive Phragmites, including working with Humber College.

Danger in the Reeds

Danger in the Reeds is a series of documentary videos developed to educate the public about invasive Phragmites in the Great Marsh on Massachusetts’s north shore. The Great Marsh is a fascinating tapestry of life where a diversity of terrain, plants, animals and aquatic organisms are all co-dependent. The videos were created by Staddles Production with the help of many supporters.