Video Gallery

 Cutting  Phragmites  with a Truxor #1.

Cutting Phragmites with a Truxor #1.

 Cutting  Phragmites  with a Truxor #2.

Cutting Phragmites with a Truxor #2.

 Gathering cut  Phragmites .

Gathering cut Phragmites.

 Gathering and cutting  Phragmites .

Gathering and cutting Phragmites.

 Shoreline following the cutting program.

Shoreline following the cutting program.

 Cutting  Phragmites  using a STIHL saw.

Cutting Phragmites using a STIHL saw.

Photo Gallery

Volunteers have lunch and stop for a photo during a large Phragmites control event at Lambton Centre.

Dr. Gilbert surveying a site previously sprayed with herbicide.

At a site treated in the previous year, Graham applies herbicide to surviving Phragmites plants using a backpack sprayer.

Graham sprays Phragmites with herbicide from the back of a UTV.

Dr. Gilbert and several volunteers cut Phragmites with cane cutters in MacGregor Provincial Park.

A collection barge is piloted to be used to collect Phragmites.

Dr. Gilbert and Natural Heritage Educator Kathleen Houlahan survey a shallow Phragmites site at MacGregor Provincial Park.

Volunteers cut and gather Phragmites along the Lake Huron shoreline.

Josh takes a breather after cutting Phragmites with a STIHL saw at Lambton Centre

Volunteers cut and gather shallow Phragmites along the Lake Huron shoreline.

Cutting to drown Phragmites using STIHL cutters.

Volunteers pose for a photo on top of a Phragmites collection barge.

A respectable pile of Phragmites gathered by volunteers in MacGregor Provincial Park.

Two volunteers stand atop a barge full of Phragmites.

Volunteers cut and gather Phragmites by hand in Oliphant.

Hard working volunteers at MacGregor Provincial Park. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Houlahan.

Volunteers pile Phragmites on a collection barge.

A few Truxors are able to cut a lot of Phragmites in a matter of hours.

The 2018 Phrag cutting crew (left to right): Josh, Bev, Chad, Tanner.

Chad and Bev take time to survey their work after cutting Phragmites along the Lake Huron shoreline.

Truxors carry Phragmites to shore after being cut.

A photo showing before and after cane cutting in MacGregor Provincial Park. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Houlahan.

Before and after photos at the Brucedale Conservation Authority campground. White triangles show landmark markers.

Bev carries a full load of Phragmites.

The crew gathers cut Phragmites along the Lake Huron Shoreline.

Chad gestures to a sizeable pile of Phragmites made by Truxors

Before and after photos at the Lambton Centre camphround in Kettle Point. White triangles show landmark markers.

A large pile of Phragmites sits beside a Truxor along the Lake Huron shoreline. Before cutting, this shoreline was lined with Phragmites.