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Parker-Ipswich-Essex Rivers Restoration Partnership

About the Project

Ongoing since 2008, the Parker River National wildlife Refuge has been eradicating phragmites form an 80 acre artificial freshwater wetland (formally saltmarsh) with a variety of methods (plastic, fire, herbicide, hydrology). Location: near bluff point state park on the refuge in Ipswich.

Location

near bluff point state park on the refuge in Ipswich

Status

Active

2008 – Present

Toolkit and Actions

Land Protection and Management

Lead Organization: Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

Project Contact: Nancy Pau (PRNWR)

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