2021 Invasive Phragmites Management. Georgian Bay Forever Report.

20 Georgian Bay Forever Phragmites Report 2021 Wah Wah Taysee/12 Mile Bay and Go Home Bay Table 7: Status of the 21 sites in Wah Wah Taysee, 12 Mile Bay and Go Home Bay. Total sites New Sites # of sites Eradicated/ Monitored # of sites Cut # of sites Controlled (Eradicated/ Monitored + Cut) # of sites Untreated % Eradicated/ Monitored % Cut % Control Wah Wah/ 12 Mile 17 0 17 0 17 0 100 0 100 Go Home 4 0 4 0 4 0 100 0 100 21 sites were monitored in Wah Wah Taysee, 12-mile Bay and Go Home Bay by dedicated community members this year. We are seeing 100% control in these areas, and they will continue to be monitored by the community next summer. There are some locations in proximity to 12 Mile Bay that are located on Indigenous land or park land and thus are to be monitored by indigenous people, the federal government or Ontario Parks staff, or managed by Georgian Bay Islands National Park. Since there is little to no growth, it is very important to continue monitoring these areas next year to ensure 100% eradication. Figure 19: Map of Wah Wah Taysee, 12 Mile Bay and Go Home Bay invasive Phragmites sites.