2019 Georgian Bay Cuts for Invasive Phragmites

2019 Georgian Bay Phragbusting Cuts. Join one of these communities (scroll for yours).   Don’t see your community? Email Brooke to create a community cut with your neighbours!Tay: Please register to volunteer and get more details from Brooke.SATURDAY AUGUST 17th- Sturgeon Bay along Robin’s Point Road, Waubaushene (Rain date- August 24th)Honey Harbour: If you are in the Honey Harbour area, please register to volunteer and get more details from Brooke.SATURDAY JULY 20th (Location: TBD) SATURDAY AUGUST 10th (Location: TBD) SATURDAY AUGUST 24th (Location: TBD)Cognashene:   12 Mile Bay:SATURDAY JULY 27th (Location TBD)Pointe au Baril: For details and to register, Marine Patrol  Your Georgian…

A way to mitigate the impacts of climate change in Georgian Bay

We all dread climate change and we need to fix its causes! You’re not alone if those words make you feel overwhelmed. The good news is there are a lot of concerned people like you as well as organizations and all levels of government working on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time, we need to prepare for the increasing climate change impacts scientists expect we will see in our near future. Read More

Fish Talk

GBF is partnering with CurrentCast to share information that they develop with other partners about water stewardship and sustainability in the Great Lakes and surrounding watersheds. CurrentCast is a project of the Center for Transformative Action based at Cornell University. CurrentCast content is owned by ChavoBart Digital Media, Inc. The Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future at Cornell University provides scientific content support and reviews all editorial idea for the initiative. Read More

Loony for A Diving Bird

GBF is partnering with CurrentCast to share information that they develop with other partners about water stewardship and sustainability in the Great Lakes and surrounding watersheds. CurrentCast is a project of the Center for Transformative Action based at Cornell University. CurrentCast content is owned by ChavoBart Digital Media, Inc. The Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future at Cornell University provides scientific content support and reviews all editorial idea for the initiative.The Great Lakes and the common loon…on this CurrentCast. Read More

2017 Georgian Bay Cuts for Invasive Phragmites

July 2017. With more than 8,000 km of shoreline, Georgian Bay is home to some of the Canada's most pristine coastal wetlands. Many creatures and organisms depend on these wetlands for life-sustaining activities like food and foraging, nurseries, spawning, shade, water treatment and shelter. This tenacious invasive plant, Phragmites australis subsp australis, grows quickly and densely into monocultures that threaten to reduce plant biodiversity, decrease habitat for endangered species, and damage the proper functioning of Georgian Bay's coastal wetlands. You can help fight this invasive! Volunteer for one of the cuts listed below. Read More

Georgian Bay Communities Fight Invasive Phragmites. Now!

July 2016. With more than 8,000 km of shoreline, Georgian Bay is home to some of the Canada's most pristine coastal wetlands. Many creatures and organisms depend on these wetlands for life-sustaining activities like food and foraging, nurseries, spawning, shade, water treatment and shelter. This tenacious invasive plant, Phragmites australis subsp australis, grows quickly and densely into moncultures that threaten to reduce plant biodiversity, decrease habitat for endangered species, and damage the proper functioning of Georgian Bay's coastal wetlands. Read More