Workshop to help manage pond scum and harmful algae at Boone County Extension Enrichment Center

August 5, 2019by ncdea

OHIO, Boone CD, Kenton CD, Campbell CD – Farmers, landowners and professionals who want to maintain healthy lakes and ponds are invited to attend “The Good, Bad and the Managed” workshop, hosted by the Boone, Kenton and Campbell Conservation Districts and the Foundation for Ohio River Education.

The workshop will be held from 8:45 am to 3:30 pm on Saturday, September 7th, at the Boone County Extension Enrichment Center, located in Burlington, Kentucky. Cost is $20, and includes a catered lunch and take-home materials.

This workshop will teach participants how to identify toxin-producing algae that can harm pets and livestock, and how to best address the water quality conditions that contribute to nuisance blooms of algae and aquatic plants in farm ponds, subdivision ponds and retention ponds.

Source: Workshop to help manage pond scum and harmful algae at Boone County Extension Enrichment Center | NKyTribune

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