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Canada's Smallest National Park Looks to Eradicate Invasive Phragmites

Photo by Audrey Bendus and Arthur Chapman.

Georgian Bay Islands National Park, Canada’s smallest national park, is working with Georgian Bay Forever and the Severn Sound Association to combat invasive phragmites in the park. The park consists of 63 islands and islets between Honey Harbour and Twelve Mile Bay. The battle they have dubbed “Impede the Reed” is hoping to eradicate invasive phragmites from the park over the next five years to restore the integrity of the shoreline and rejuvenate habitats for key species in the area.

Read about their approach here.


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