6100 Ridge Rd.
Medina, OH 44256
Ohio State University Extension of Medina is partnering with Medina County Park District, Medina Soil and Water Conservation District, Cleveland Metroparks, and Ohio Department of Natural Resources to provide pond owners with a 3-hour Pond School to improve homeowner pond management.
The 3rd Annual Pond School will be held May 31, 2017 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at Medina County Park District's Wolf Creek Environmental Center, 6100 Ridge Rd., Medina, OH 44256.
Cost is $30.00 per family and includes take home resources.
Space will be limited so early registration is strongly recommended. Deadline to register is MAY 24, 2017 and payment is due when registering.
New sessions this year include “legal considerations for pond ownership”, “aquatic invasive species” and a pond walk in addition to favorite talks on algae and weed control, fish management, and maintenance and pond repair. Attendees get to choose from this mix of lecture, hands-on, and outdoor talks. If you don't see the session that sounds JUST right, experts will be available to answer questions and discuss your pond situation. Thinking about constructing a new pond on your property? We'll have advice on that also from zoning rules to using the right soil for the job.
Contact Ashley Kulhanek, OSU Extension, Medina County at 330-725-4911, Ext. 106 for more information. Registration flyers can be downloaded at go.osu.edu/pond.