• Take a look at our recent webinars and presentations

  • Upcoming funding opportunity: GLRI

  • Share your programs and projects on our new interactive map

Non-native Phragmites australis (haplotype M) – common reed – is a highly invasive plant species now common in North American wetlands. The Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative was established to facilitate communication among stakeholders across the region and serve as a resource center for information on Phragmites biology, management, and research. As Phragmites research progresses we continue to update the website and provide new resources. We invite you to participate in the Collaborative by joining webinars, reading and commenting on blog posts, joining our listserv or contacting us. Learn more about Phragmites basics here.

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