Shoreline Gardening for Healthy Lakes – March 18th, 6:00-7:30pm
Healthy shorelines provide many benefits, especially when it comes to keeping our lakes free from pollution and places where we want to live and play. In this webinar, you will learn what rain gardens are and how this special type of low maintenance garden can filter pollutants, recharge the groundwater and reduce pollution of local waterways. You will also learn the attributes of intact, healthy shorelines, and what services they provide, including habitat, improved water quality and decreased erosion.
This is a free event, but registration is required. Please use the following link to register: https://go.wisc.edu/663c99
Once registered, a connection link to the webinar will be sent the day before the event.
Paul Skawinski – Lakes Outreach Specialist and Statewide Coordinator of the Wisconsin Citizen Lake Monitoring Network. He teaches Aquatic Botany at UW-Stevens Point, is the author and photographer of the popular field guide Aquatic Plants of the Upper Midwest and is also an avid native plant gardener.
Patrick Goggin – Extension Lakes team. He helps lake organizations with their community goals, shares lake management tools and resources for aquatic ecosystems, and helps people in gaining a better understanding and appreciation for the native flora of Wisconsin lakeshores. He works for the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s College of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension.
Hosted by UW-Madison, Division of Extension, Walworth County, in partnership with local, regional and statewide organizations. Questions can be directed to Julie Hill, email@example.com