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Publications, Brochures and Web Sites

"A Field Guide to Invasive Plants of Aquatic and Wetland Habitats for Michigan"; Prepared by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment and the Michigan State University Extension; 2010

"A Field Identification Guide to Invasive Plants in Michigan's Natural Communities"; Prepared by the Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources; December 2009

"A Guide to the Control and Management of Invasive Phragmites"; Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment; Ducks Unlimited; US Fish and Wildlife Service; US Army Corps of Engineers; MDOT; Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation; 2007.

Asian Carp; Tipp of the Mitt Watershed Council, Web Site 2011

Cut-Stump Herbicide Applicator

DePhragging Our Shorelines; Les Cheneaux Watershed Council; Wendy Wagoner and Robert Smith; May 2011

Educational Materials; Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission; web site

Garlic Mustard; PUB-FR-350-2006; Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Herbicide Effectiveness on Invasive Plants in Wisconsin; Marc Renz; UW Cooperative Extension, 2010

Homeowner's Guide to Buckthorn Control, Developed by the Northwoods Cooperative Weed Management Area, May 2010

Invasive Weeds in Les Cheneaux, Brochure prepared by the Les Cheneaux Watershed Council, 2010.

Japanese Knotweed - A New Threat to Wisconsin's Waterways, Lakeshores, and Wetlands; DNR Pub ER 657, 2007.

LCI Phragmites Sites; Prepared by the Les Cheneaux Watershed Council; December 2010.

"Meeting the Challenge of Invasive Plants:  A Framework for Action"; Prepared by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources; March 9, 2009

Native Plant Framework for the Forest Service Eastern Region; March 3, 2004

Phragmites Pictures; Les Cheneaux Watershed Council, December 2010

Plants Out of Place; Brochure prepared by USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service.

Plant Identification Search; University of California web site

Publications, Door County Invasive Species Team web site.  Access to multiple publications relating to invasive plants.

Rapid Response Invasive Plant Intervention Team of the Upper Peninsula

Supplier's Directory - Native plants and seed resources.  Upper Peninsula Resource Conservation and Development Council web site. 

Weed Control Methods Handbook; The Nature Conservancy, April 2001

Why Should I Care About Invasive Plants; Midwest Invasive Plant Network



Motor Vehicle Use Maps, Hiawatha National Forest; United State Department of Agriculture, Forest Service



Weeding Out Potential Harm:  District Asks Buyers to Educate Themselves About Plant Purchases; St. Ignace News, March 17, 2011

EUP Gardeners Can Join the Fight Against Alien Plants; Neil Moran, March 2011

Native Plants Away From Our Backyard; Ann Arbor.com, by Rick Meader

LSSU Students Work to Eradicate Purple Loosestrife; Lake Superior State University; September 21, 2010

Volunteers Are Needed for Weed Management in Detour; St. Ignace News, August 5, 2010

Japanese Barberry Removal on East Unit of Hiawatha National Forest; June 28, 2010

Grant helps invasive plant fight in Michigan Upper Peninsula; Great Lakes Echo; Laura Fosmire; May 25, 2010

Wendy Wagoner, Savior of Native Plants; MyNorth.com; May 4, 2008 



Invasive Phragmites - Video; Source:  Peane Township, Beaver Island; 2007


Non-Native Plant Species, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' Web Site



Link to Phragmites Control webinar from the Stewardship Network


Phragmites, Lessons from the Field: Research and Control Webinar from the Stewardship Network


Early Detection and Rapid Response Webinar from the Stewardship Network

This page last updated on 1/5/2017.

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