Williams County Soil & Water District Offering Informative Pond Clinic

Need help managing your pond? Would you like to improve it, but don’t know how. Well then attend a Pond Clinic on Monday, April 18, and have Steve Fender answer all your questions. Steve and his sister Cheryl grew up helping their parents run Fender’s Fish Hatchery and they now manage the hatchery. From his lifetime of experiences he wrote the book ‘Farm Pond Management – The Common Sense Guide’. From a small pond to farm pond management to a big lake, Steve has the answers to your questions. Steve will also discuss the calendar of pond life, stocking recommendations, fish species, aeration, oxygen, your pond and wildlife, weed control and more.

The Pond Clinic is being co-sponsored by the Williams Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) and OSU Extension. It will be held in the Williams SWCD meeting room at 1120 West High Street in Bryan starting at 5:00 p.m. with a hot dog roast.

For reservations contact the Williams SWCD at 419-636-9395 Ext 3 or 419-636-2349 Ext 3 by April 15.


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