NRTG members and interested parties, please mark your calendars for the NRTG Lake and Pond Management workshop to be held Thursday, May 1st in Bloomington. Participants will learn about the Griffy Lake restoration project as well as invasive removal, vegetation management, dredging, and bank erosion. Representatives from the Department of Natural Resources will be on hand to address fish stocking and the Lake and River Enhancement grant program. Register online by clicking here!
Don’t miss the All District Meeting at Carb Day! Join IPRA members on Friday, May 23, 2014 at the Brickyard Crossing Inn for a breakfast and a morning meeting, then it’s off to the see one of the longstanding traditions of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Register online via this link, admission is limited!
Franklin Parks & Recreation will host an Aquatics Workshop on Thursday, May 8th presented by Spear Corporation and RL Turner. This workshop will feature a discussion on best practices and pool opening procedures, a facility tour and more. Register online by clicking here!
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