The Lambton Shores Phragmites Community Group
A group of dedicated volunteers, the Lambton Shores Phragmites Community Group (LSPCG) is committed to working together with other organizations and private landowners to restore wetland habitat and beaches and control invasive Phragmites australis. Currently, control efforts have been initiated on over 120 ha (300 acres) in Lambton Shores.
PHRAGMITES: This invasive plant has found its way to some of Lake Huron’s beaches and Lambton Shores’ natural areas – with devastating effects.
LSPCG is currently working in communities in Lambton Shores to stop the spread of Phragmites, restore areas affected, and promote public education and information sharing.
Get involved! Volunteers, social media shares and sponsors are always needed!
We are truly grateful for our many partners in restoration, but none so much as Dr. Janice Gilbert of the Invasive Phragmites Control Centre.