DURHAM SUSTAIN ABILITY'S PATH

Pond Workshop

Pond Workshop

Do you have a pond? Want to build a pond? Or going to close an old pond?

Attend this workshop to learn about the following:

  • How ponds function and change over the course of 10 or 20 years
  • How to manage aquatic plant and algae growth, and other issues
  • The best locations for situating a new pond, and different types of ponds
  • Stocking your pond with suitable types of fish
  • The legal requirements of creating and owning a pond, including
    • Pond excavation and construction permits
    • Permits to take water
    • Regulations concerning outflow from a pond
    • Regulatory requirements involved with fish stocking
    • Closing an old pond
    • Experts will also be available to answer your questions.

Thursday, October 20
7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Nestleton Hall
3971-7A Hwy, Nestleton Station
(see a map)

Click here to register online

There is a suggested entrance fee of $10 per household which can be paid at the door.

This workshop is hosted by Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority, Community Stream Steward Program, Scugog Connections, Victoria Stewardship Council, and Kawartha Conservation.

 

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