Invasive Species

Phragmites Update
The recent passage of the Noxious Weed (Invasive Species) ordinance in Sevastopol last year created a need to first identify where in the township there are problems. An important weed that threatens the biodiversity on Glidden Drive and first to be targeted was Phragmites.  A call for volunteers to walk the drive looking for the weed resulted in 13 of our neighbors responding. We found only one small patch on a property on the South end of the drive and the GPS coordinates for that patch were sent to the Door County Invasive Species team (DCIST).

This will be a yearly activity and you will be informed when we become aware of the next steps.  A big thank you to the following folks who participated this year:  Ward and Judy Cramer, John and Eilene Hoft-March, Tad and Deb Greene, Nancy Goldberg, Gary and Jo Ann Henger, Sue Knight, Rocco and Donna Pawlowski, and Amy Phmister.