Construction, Maintenance, and Restoration of Ponds Field Day

Knox County Soil & Water Conservation District’s Wildlife Committee & Purdue University Extension Present: Construction, Maintenance, and Restoration of Ponds

5:00 PM, August 20, 2019
At the Andy & Nichole Like Residence,
10106 E. Boyd Like Rd.
Monroe City, IN 47557

AGENDA:
5:00 PM Greetings & Introductions
Charlie Ring
5:10 PM Survey/Future Meetings
Clevie Bennett
5:20 PM Meal (Grilled burgers and
brats, chips, drinks, and
dessert).
5:45 PM Guest Speaker
Dave Osborne
6:45PM Open Discussion
7:00 PM Pond Visit
7:30 PM Closing Remarks
Charlie Ring

Whether you are a new or current landowner who has
or is thinking about having a pond, this series of
workshops will provide you with the necessary
background and information to assist you. Ponds can
provide food, cover, and nesting habitat for a variety
of wildlife species. Successful pond management can
increase watershed health, reduce erosion, conserve
wildlife habitat, increase property values, supply
recreational opportunities, and serve as a source of
water for agricultural land. They also increase the
aesthetic quality of a landscape that may in
turn increase associated property values.

Register for event prior to Aug 16, 2019
To register contact:
Tracey Johnson
Phone: 812-882-8210 ext 3401
Email: tracey.johnson@in.nacdnet.net

Knox County SWCD
604 S Quail Run Road
Vincennes, IN 47591

There is no charge for this event.

View the full flyer to the event here.

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