GBF 2019 Phrag Report

13 In spring 2020 a re-evaluation of Lily Pond will have to be conducted to determine if the truxors are required in Lily Pond. Based on the success from 2018-2019 it is not expected they will be, however other locations in Honey Harbour would benefit from the use of truxors. Thank you to the concerned citizen and businesses that have supported the restoration of Lily Pond. You helped make this project possible: Honey Harbour Historical Society, Leslie MacDonald, Andres Martinez, Raffle donors, Marion McLeod, Ken Keyes, Honey Harbour Co-op, and White Contracting & Barging. GBF would like to thank Kathy Kay for helping us organize donors, raffle draws, volunteers, and spreading her knowledge on Phragmites in the Honey Harbour community. Thank you to Honey Harbour Towne Center for allowing us to use your property for access to Lily Pond. We would also like to thank Tom from Bin City who helped remove the Phragmites biomass and dispose of correctly. Lastly, thank you to Township of Georgian Bay for helping bring the truxors to Lily Pond and providing staff and equipment. An area of Lily Pond before a cut with Truxors The same area of Lily Pond after a cut with Truxors Township of Georgian Bay (Lily Pond, a wetland in Honey Harbour cont.)

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