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Invasive Phragmites: Learn how to identify it and what to do about it

May 30 @ 12:00 am

Fight back on this invasion into our wetlands

Help save habitat for frogs, turtles, snakes and wetland birds

Friends of Salmon River presents an online workshop with Amanda Tracey, Conservation Biologist

Runs from 7pm to 8:30pm.

Amanda will walk us through:

§  Introduction to Invasive Species in our area, and

§  Phragmites:

§  Description and How it Spreads

§  How to Report it

§  How to Deal with it

§  Best Management Practices

§  Resources

§  Field dates (tentative) and locations for Phragmites removal activities

Register (at no charge) at https://queensu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UK4byuDlQJWut6EOiwtyGQ

Closed captioning will be available.  This event will be recorded.

Amanda Tracey is the Conservation Biologist for Central Ontario-East with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, a certified Ontario Wetland Evaluator and a director on the FSR board.

For more about the FSR Phragmites Campaign, also visit www.facebook.com/friendsofsalmonriver

Or contact friendsofsalmonriver5@gmail.com

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Friends of Salmon River
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