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Lakes & Ponds Education Day!
Pinellas County is pleased to announce its continuing partnership with the
City of Largo to provide this fun and educational event.
Free Plant Giveaway After Event!
This free workshop is intended for all citizens interested in the health and management of our water resources and green spaces. There will be special focus on maintaining and managing stormwater ponds. It will be an opportunity to share information, to gain useful management tips, and to learn more about the efforts of similar organizations.
The event will be held in trade show format with featured presentations. Attendees will be able to mingle among the displays from government, environmental, and private organizations. We invite you to bring a specimen or a high quality photo of a plant you would like to have identified (please bring specimen in a Ziploc bag with water from the pond).
This event is a great opportunity to learn about Best Management Practices in and around Florida lakes and ponds. We will have FREE native aquatic plants, wildflowers and trees. Please bring your grocery bags to transport your plants. We will also have fun free raffle items!
PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE April 26th
Lakes & Ponds Education Day Coordinators
Sponsorship opportunities for local businesses are available and can include donated items for the free raffle. Sponsors with exhibition spaces are allowed to set-up their space at 8:00am the day of the event. The deadline for submitting for sponsorship is April 22, 2016. Contact Watershed@pinellascounty.org or (727) 464-4425. Thank you!
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Division of Environmental Management
Pinellas County is a watershed!
A watershed is an area of land that drains to water. A watershed carries water "shed" from the land after rainfall. Drop by drop, water is channeled into soils, creeks and streams, making its way to Tampa Bay or the Gulf of Mexico.
Every bit of land drains to water and everything we do on land has an impact on our water quality! Common items like trash, grass clippings & yard debris, pet waste, and fertilizer become pollution in our waters.
Visit www.PinellasCounty.org/Watershed to find out how you can help protect our waters!