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Learn about the effects of invasive Phragmites on recreation and the ecosystem of Saginaw Bay from the deck of a charter fishing boat. Local naturalists will explain the issues caused by invasive Phragmites and showcase areas where treatment has effectively Killed the Majority of the infestation. These free tours last approximately ½ hour and are family-friendly. Each day will focus on a different treatment area. Friday , SEPT. 29 8 am-5 pm Hampton Township treatment site Tours leaving every ½ hour from the Finn Road Boat Launch 2300 N Finn Rd Essexville, MI 48732 SATURDAY, SEPT. 30 8 am-5 pm Vanderbilt Park treatment site Tours leaving every ½ hour from the Quanicassee Boat Launch 4102 Barney Dr Fairegrove, MI 48733 SUNDAY , OCT. 1 8 am-5 pm Standish treatment site Tours leaving every ½ hour from the Eagle Bay Marina 1893 Sagatoo Road, Standish, MI 48658 Phragmites Boat Tour-2.pdf
untilSaginaw Bay Invasive Species Camp Overview Draft II.pdf
untilFeaturing Bruce Washburn Bruce Washburn has worked with the Department of Environmental Quality for over eight years. He is part of a team of compliance staff in the Concentrated Ani-mal Feeding Operation Program that assist farms with protecting water quality and he is also the statewide program specialist where he works on broader program is-sues. Additionally, he works with non-permitted farms and watershed groups to address non-point source water quality concerns. Bruce earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineer-ing from Michigan Technological University. He grew-up on a row crop farm and still does a little farming. Agenda: PROGRAM UPDATES STAFF REPORTS SILENT AUCTION Catered By: Chef Jacob Pahssen The dinner menu in-cludes: Stuffed Sweet Peppers Michigan Apple Salad Butternut Squash Soup Braised Short Ribs TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT OUR OFFICE FOR $25.00 178 N. GRAHAM RD., SAGINAW, MI 48609 989.781.1720